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minding my own business, as usual, and   was a t a neighbors watching a yannie voices concert, eating pizza.. was awesome!  went home and got ready  for night--heard loudnessa nd disruptiveness......  was a panga with a rack on it loitering and calling out the neighbor immediately next door.   he was at work, and the  guys knew it, seems....that was 2345.

 at 2400, they returned-- i had just  gottn into my  bed--AGAIN-- with lights out and  quilt almost to myneck,  same engine  outside, really slow... ok i am on htis--out the door with a louisville slugger gaff and a flashlite---- shined on them the light, hollered to  them  to leave  here-- saw my engine --outboard on transom for stowage- had been kesed with---  dressed me self in the darkest warmies i hve and  3 dark dark blankies,  flashlite, headlamp, can of  carb cleaner spray and batgaff... waited and watched for 2 hours--nada... whew---- neighbor came home from work, guard passed by-- safe, now... went to bed.   nexttime i will bring a camera and a lighter--same other stuff....... whe--i still havemy outboard and nothing else has been  attempted ....yet---we will watch tonite........ i think  LA LOCA may be safe now--lol-

-i heard them calling that i was waiting for them..... hhmmmmmm

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Comment by zeehag on May 22, 2011 at 12:40pm
managed to get to  mazatlan before my friends leave for sd..LOL--they have much good advice and  info  to follow and  grow on.... will be loooking forward to finding  the many things  i have been told about-- is cheap to eat here-- club nautico is 5 dollars per day to land a dink, inclusive if showers and  wifi and such-- nki docks here--we at anchor and loving it.  for hurrycame season i have been advised that marina mazatlan is a good  hiding place, if behind the condos where wind doesnt blow as hard...... we shall see...
Comment by zeehag on April 25, 2011 at 1:34pm
have a good plan made..LOL.. concur with above.
Comment by ___/)ances With Sails on April 25, 2011 at 9:49am
try and leave a few nights earlier, and unannounced, than th checkout date, so in case theyre waitin to try somethin offshore.
Comment by zeehag on April 22, 2011 at 2:43pm
seems i did the right thing-- they did not return..i also hid my outboard--- life is full of adventures and is just how we deal with them.lol. can be a lot of fun even tho scary and weird...
Comment by Gary Johnson on April 22, 2011 at 11:27am

 It appears the adventure is on.    Please keep posting, am enjoying your adventure while landlocked in Iowa,  waiting for the rains to stop and the river to receed a bit.   Sail on Sailer.

 

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