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  • Enterprise, AL
  • United States
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Profile Type:
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Homeport:
Panama City , FL
About Me:
Well I am married to a wonderful man whom I met on the beach in Georgia. We live in a small town in southern Alabama about two hours north of Panama City FL. In June of 2007 we purchased a 40 foot sailboat that will become our home in the near future. June of this year we will move on board and in October we cut the dock lines and say goodbye to this so called life and begin the 2nd and perhaps the better chapters in our life. We shall travel the west coast of Florida, down to the Keys and then cross over to the Bahamas. From there we head to the Caribbean and then who knows....No time table, no schedule, no problem
Current location:
Enterprise, AL
Looking to:
move aboard next year and start heading south through the Keys then over to the Bahamas. After that our plan is to head south into the Carribbean for who knows how long. As long as it continues to be fun and I have a feeling that it will be a while.

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Tybee Time

Posted on March 28, 2008 at 8:55am 2 Comments

I had started a blogging site shortly after we purchased our boat. We keep a record of all our up grades that we do in order to prep her for extended cruising. Every once in a while we do manage to escape away from the dock and have a little fun on her. So if you would like to read about it the site is www.tybeetime.blogspot.com . Take a look around and tell me what you think.

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At 8:13am on October 13, 2008, LOLA said…
Hey , be sure to join our Lady sailors group...find it in GROUPS AT TOP OF PAGE.
At 2:16pm on July 17, 2008, ROD MCDONNELL said…
WELCOME. I'VE BEEN DOING THIS ON MY SAILBOAT FOR 30 YEARS. YESTERDAY WAS BEAUTIFUL, TODAY IS EVEN BETTER, AND I KNOW TOMORROW WILL BE PARADISE. HURRY!!! LAND DWELLERS SCARE ME!!
At 9:39pm on May 8, 2008, tronfxr said…
He delivers lots of babies in Enterprise. Thanks for the complement- she is a dream come true. Believe it or not, Hawaii isn't really a great sailing spot. The channels (between the islands) are some of the roughest waters I've ever sailed and rarely do they calm down. I do have to admit tho... when it is nice, it is very nice! The heavy seas do keep those sailing skills honed!!
At 8:19am on April 12, 2008, Michael said…
I delivered an O40 from Marathon to Savannah, couple years ago. Fine vessel, good choice.
At 6:40pm on April 7, 2008, Robert G said…
Hi Nancy! Thanks for the welcome. No, not military, but I do work on Ft. Rucker. I took a look at your blog and see you have yourself a nice O'Day. I almost bought an O'Day Daysailer for my first boat, but I ended up with a Hobie 18 and am very happy with it. I am partial to multihulls, so my dream is to own a trimaran some day. One that folds up so I can bring it home with me.
At 10:05pm on March 28, 2008, Pete said…
An O'day 40, Nancy? An absolutely beautiful boat, and one that I'm sure will bring you lots of very happy miles. Too bad you're not nearer to the Northeast -- I'd say come join us at the annual O'day owners' "rOnDAYvous" this July. Thanks for stopping by my page and dropping off the comment.
At 3:41am on March 28, 2008, tronfxr said…
My brother is a doctor in Enterprise... What a small world!
 
 
 

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