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About Me:
My boat is named Kobuk. She is a 20-foot riverboat on which I have voyaged from Wyoming to Key West by way of Nova Scotia, using rivers and cruising along the coast. I built her in the back yard.
Current location:
Kobuk is stored in Key West until the end of September.
Destinations visited:
Lake Powell, Bighorn River, Yellowstone River, Missouri River, Illinois River, Lake Michgan, Georgian Bay, Trent-Severn Waterway, St. Lawrence, Gaspe, New Brunswick, PEI, Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, New England Coast, New York City, Jersey Shore, Delaware Bay, Chesapeake Bay, Inner Banks of North Carolina, ICW, Lake Okeechobee, Everglades, Florida Keys.
Looking to:
Bahamas, Caribbean, Orinoco, Rio Negro, Amazon, Rio Madeira, Rio Paraguay, Buenos Aires

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At 6:43pm on December 12, 2009, Spike Hampson said…
Hi Lancy,
Actually, my boat is very small--only six or seven meters long--and I have been voyaging alone on it. If you want to see photos or read about the voyage you can look at www.spikehampson.com. Thank you for your email address. I will write to your at it.
Spike
At 8:32pm on December 9, 2009, lancy said…
Thank you
My first experience was on Yahct Milk and Honey
How many people in your boat?
I was in Caribbean as an entry level stewardess for 1 month .
It was great .
Luckily I got the Business Schengen visa, I can't get US visa , I was rejected by US twice just because I am a young Chinese woman without lots of money....
You can write to me at LancyLin1017@Gmail.com
My cell number is +86-159 0162 1960 , I am working in Shanghai at the moment.
Thank you
Kind Regards
Lancy
At 1:14am on July 1, 2009, Suky Cannon said…
You're quite the traveling man ! ...great pics.
At 2:10pm on June 19, 2009, Spike Hampson said…
Hello
 
 
 

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