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  • Virgin Islands, U.S.
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Homeport:
Charlote Amalie
About Me:
Having abandoned my search for truth, I'm just looking for a good fantasy. But seriously, folks...

I work in St Thomas and live on my 32' Gemini catamaran, Different Drummer.
Current location:
Frenchtown
Destinations visited:
Intracoastal Waterway, Bahamas, US and BVI's
Looking to:
take my boat out more...

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At 10:19am on September 13, 2009, blubaju said…
Hi Papa Joe,
2 anwer your question I only found today: Vienna, Austria, EU ;-)
At 6:17pm on February 10, 2009, CAN DRAC said…
Yep, that's the plan. We'll look for you when we get there.
At 10:57pm on February 7, 2009, CAN DRAC said…
Hey Papa Joe, did I hear the name of your boat on the radio in Georgetown the other day? Thought I heard someone call "Different Drummer". Are you in the area?
At 10:52pm on December 30, 2008, Stuart Bell said…
Hi Joe - if you like Gemserv, visit shearwater-sailing.com Lots of Gemini photos and many from our Atlantic crossing on our Voyage. Stop by for a beer if you ever get to Lake Worth (Palm Beach). /Stu
At 7:39pm on December 30, 2008, LOLA said…
Well you look festive in your Holiday shirt and cap...nice photo
At 10:57pm on November 3, 2008, Pam said…
Hi Joe, I'm a member of SSSF. I had been a member very early on in the club (was at its first meeting), and then rejoined around 2001/2002.
Pam
At 3:33pm on September 23, 2008, Kathe said…
Its near St Petersburg. Barrier Island I guess. Just got back from St Thomas in May. I love the water. And... I really like the Cats!
At 9:14pm on July 16, 2008, Tom Ryals said…
you are so good about sharing your experiences and being helpful to others with your interests. Self-discovery is an ongoing adventure, as you prove,.and resolve, key to achieving one's dreams.

you are to be congratulated on following intuition, and acting with daring. i believe we are regarding the cat that ate the canary. good example is not lost on witnesses. thank you.
At 3:11pm on July 14, 2008, Tom Ryals said…
yes, the photo reveals a handsome cat. i know it is your heart's delight, and with such a handle it's bound to attract a lot of adventure. thx for the tip about the license. having done no more than take a few schooner ferries in the Grenadines, i have done no sailing and need to start small to be sure that the life is really for me.

decking for a genial spirit would be perfect. once i get my sea legs and am convinced i can hold my dinner down in really rough seas, i can consider such sporting fun for a way of life, or at least for occasional passage in island hopping.

generally, i find myself bored with everything and am really looking for something entirely new to fire my engines and toot my whistles. if my personality will mesh with those of salts, then i'm on my way.

if you ever need company, and maybe a little green help, pull my string. i, too, am a 'philosopher' and fantasist.
At 2:42pm on July 14, 2008, Joe Murray said…

 
 
 

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