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At 3:09pm on March 5, 2010, Ron Manicom said…
Hi Bobbi
yepper, I am in Hampton then tomorrow am going to Abingdon VA then to Rush Kentucky then back to Hampton then to Traverse City Michigan the back here then back to Haiti for another three weeks,
At 6:58pm on December 10, 2009, Terry Kennedy said…
Hi Bobby,

Sorry it took so long to get back to you, but I am not online that often. Yes the Sea of Cortez "used to be" Giant Manta country, but the fishermen killed most of them off.......go figure, you cannot eat them, they would be like eating an elephant......yuk. They make far better friends! No I don't have a web page.

Hugs, Terry & Tigger
At 12:47pm on October 29, 2009, Larry Wilson said…
Bobbie,
Hi from Richmond. Sorry I missed your request for SITB. Welcome to the group. Hope we'll all get a chance to chat and share our favorite spots.
Larry
At 12:00pm on June 19, 2009, Terry Kennedy said…
Hi Bobbie,

Sorry it has taken so long to get back.....I don't check into this site much at all.

I named my boat "MANTA" after having dove with these beautiful being for a long time, and being underwater, and looking up at MANTA made giving her the name easy......she looks just like one from below.

About a Website.....hummmm, I haven't a clue how to even get one started.

The Giant Pacific Manta's in the Sea of Cortez are almost gone. They have almost been wiped out by the Mexican fisherman. I know of only two near Catalan Island, and they have noticable harpoon scars and are very shy!

Thanks Bobbie for your letter!

Terry Kennedy
At 4:33pm on May 16, 2009, Jodi said…
hi bobbi, nice pix..i am station in Ft Eustis VA & looking 4 some sailing friends..i would be happy to give you a hand on repairs, fixing, etc. work for some sailing time..Jodi
At 12:48pm on January 3, 2009, Ness said…
Hi Bobbi...u asked about my sidetrips in SouthAmerica. No moto in Chile because the completion date of the Atlantic 57 I was there to deliver to San Diego was too much up in the air.

As far as the K2 base camp climb from the China side, I nixed that because of the sad economy. That trip would have cost me over $12k.

So I'm sitting tight and waiting for a delivery job.

Once the economy turns around, my next adventure will be a 3-4 month motorcycle trip through South America.
N
www.oceandrive.ca
At 11:47am on January 2, 2009, Mac said…
Thanks for the update on the sunken ship. It's been many years since I did any diving. When I was in my early 20's I worked for a diving supply shop but then had to get a real job.
Mac
At 3:10pm on January 1, 2009, Joel Wilkins said…
Yes, I can certainly see the crew working hard so the owners can play. I have often though I should have really explored that option when I got out of the Navy...while alll my seatime and skills were fresh. Now studying for my Capt exam so I at least have a few more options. Going to work the Corp life for a few more years (till daughter out of school) then see what's there for alternative income sources.
At 1:33pm on December 30, 2008, Joel Wilkins said…
Mostly just local cruising for now. Working hard to get the kitty stocked so I can do some extended cruising. You have quite a resume...envious.
Joel
At 8:37am on December 6, 2008, Aria said…
Nice hearing from ya Bobbi. Didn't get past North Carolina this year, where I'm staying in New Bern over the winter to work and fatten up the kitty.

John
Aboard S/V Aria
At 7:58pm on December 1, 2008, Mac said…
Hi Bobbi, Nice set of photos, what is the one of the sunken ship of?

Mac
At 3:27pm on November 25, 2008, Robert Furborough said…
Hello Bobbi, Sorry I did not get to respond to your earlier message, shame on me.....
Yes the Freedom's are a real easy boat to sail with the self-tending jib and quite distinctive without stays. We keep the boat at Taylor's Landing.
Robert.
At 12:39am on November 10, 2008, Anne said…
Are you ever on AIM?
At 3:27pm on November 9, 2008, PCarrico said…
Hi Bobby,
Thanks for the note.
I see (like all the other good people here) that the infliction for sailing goes to the bone with you also.
Sweet list of places visited.
My places were more like a migratory pattern doing the same regattas over the years. Were your places visited on one long extended cruise, or visits to cruising charters or friends?
Ciao,
Pete
At 9:31pm on October 22, 2008, LOLA said…
bOBBI, YOU ARE ABOUT A 6 HOUR DRIVE FROM ME...LOLA
At 9:29pm on October 21, 2008, Ron Manicom said…
Hi Bobbi
Well it looks like we may soon be neighbours, I just took on a project at NOB and am moving down to tidewater (whoo-hoo) don't know if I will be be at Little Creek or Willoughby, I was in Little Creek last Thursday, bunch of us started for Bermuda then took a pounding coming down the bay, Cracked the hull, didn't know it at the time then lost our alternator about 140 miles out, spent a couple of days just drifting with the gulf stream, then made for beaufort, winds picked up to 25 knots so we stayed in beaufort everyone jumped ship so my son and I started out last Monday, we lost a bolt in the engine and lost our oil so we went under sail, finally after 36 hours of fighting a nor-Easter we caved in and called the USCG they sent out a helicopter and then two ctters arrived, we got the leak under control got the engine started however an hour after everyone left we lost oil pressure again, (that was when I found the missing bolt) thank goodness for JB Weld, fixed that and limped back to Little Creek, filled up with oil and walked over to the food Lion, That whole area has changed, and came on back up the bay, almost called you but then I remebered you were busy, anyway things are fixed etc and I will be starting a new job on November 15th,
Ron
At 2:54pm on October 20, 2008, Ladye said…
Hi, I see you are also in the Women's group. How far are you from Myrtle Beach, SC where Lola has her boat? I'm considering her offer to visit and help sail during Thanksgiving weekend .... why don't you touch base with her and perhaps we can all coordinate. Could use the extra knowledge, experience and hands :)
At 6:44pm on October 18, 2008, David Bridges said…
Hi Bobbi. yes, still in Norfolk at Little Creek. My email is: svblueyonder@yahoo.com if you would like to connect.
Cheers,
David
At 1:07pm on October 18, 2008, Lola T said…
Won't be back until the 30th. Big party on the 31st at PDX . Put it on your to-do list
At 2:58pm on October 16, 2008, LOLA said…
I am offering FREE VACATION FOR LADIES IN OUR GROUP...be sure to see

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