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  • Hampton, VA
  • United States
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Profile Type:
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Homeport:
N. California, SE Virginia....and the world!
About Me:
SWF, 56, world cruiser and ex professional crew. Now living and casually sailing in SE Virginia and the Chesapeake Bay. I still have the wanderlust to see more of the world.....I just hate when work gets in the way!
Current location:
Hampton VA
Destinations visited:
Vanuatu, Tonga, Fiji, New Zealand, Australia, Turkey, Greece, Cyprus, Caribbean, Aruba, Curacao, Bonaire, Venezuela, Columbia, San Blas Islands, Central America, Pacific coast of Mexico, East and West Coasts of USA, Bahamas. There are still lots of places to go on my list!!
Looking to:
Would like to do more cruising with the right person.

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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
 
 
 

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