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How time flies!!! Hurricane season is ALMOST upon us!

Getting myself geared up to do some serious blogging.

Hurricane season will be here shortly. A "light" season predicted. Only time will tell. O Town tends to get the hurricanes later in the season but there are always exceptions.

You know you can count on your VERY FAVORITE hurricane blogger to be on the spot, if possible. I am hoping the forecasters are correct but there's a reason they call it FORECASTING!

Several things to relate: Trading up to a larger boat [a Watkins 27 named Sea Owl] the first part of June. The hubby and I are very excited. YAY!!! Primo electronics on it too. I will post pics when we assume ownership.

Heard a fabulous singer here in Mickey Mouse town at my very favorite in-town marina, Lake Fairview. They had such a wonderful boat show in March. Major kudos to Jay and Cynthia. Such wonderful and gracious people.

Gary Ramey sang some absolutely wonderful Florida sailing songs at the tiki hut at the marina. Here's his website. ENJOY!!! http://www.myspace.com/garyramey Absolutely the nicest and talented man with a wonderful family.

Went out sailing this past weekend [see pics]. Wind was rather brisk, but managed to get in some decent sailing. When true summer comes it will be like a mirror on the water. That's the time to get out that boogie board and pop a cold one!!!

Hope everyone is staying dry and safe. I'll keep in touch.

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Comment by Suky Cannon on May 30, 2009 at 8:29pm
thanks for keeping us up to date.. even those of us not in Florida... hope it will be a gentle season...
Comment by keylimejay on May 30, 2009 at 3:30pm
For the first time in four years we put the boat on the hard here in FL and tied her down. Pulled sails, canvas, solar panels, and wind generator. Pickled the watermaker and removed all stores, clothing and "stuff" after three years of living aboard. Hope it's a peaceful summer season.
Comment by ___/)ances With Sails on May 22, 2009 at 11:53pm
Call me a wuss but I'm now waitin till November to shove off. Actually still no excuse postponing other than I cant get my lazy arse outta bed to finish the house, much less a 12 pak. I now fear a big 'un reapin down on me as I sit here in a marina contemplating the forewarned.
Would still rather be out there honing my skills.

Carefull out there all!
Comment by Charlotte Radford on May 20, 2009 at 6:35pm
I am making note of all these links so I will be up to date...perhaps even more so than my hubby!!! :) Thanks. Have a wonderful time on your sail, zeehag!!! What fun!! I am SO jealous!
Comment by zeehag on May 20, 2009 at 12:37pm
i am running away from home again this year to sail with , this time, a very gooood friend and have fun in the east coast and dry tortugas....chessy and such places of interest...and to meet some of the folks we have met online to date.......storm pulse is an excellent source, recommended by a 100 tonner cpt friend of mine in fla for tracking hurrycames and tropical storms......http://www.stormpulse.com/.......try it sometime--is excellent.....
Comment by Charlotte Radford on May 20, 2009 at 11:30am
I blog on this site about the hurricanes that effect FL (specifically Orlando and thereabouts)on this site. Other times I blog about sailing the intercoastal.
Thanks for the hurricane link...I will check it out.
Comment by Rob on May 20, 2009 at 11:23am
Where do you blog about hurricanes? I'm newish to this community so I don't know. Do you post hurricane updates here?

You should check out the Hurricane Room on FriendFeed too. It's automatically feeding several hurricane sources into one place.

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