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Innovative marketing

I’m continually loosing my name badges as they get caught onboard and seem to fall overboard or in the bilge. I was intrigued by this organisation signomatic.com.au that offered an innovative marketing approach by supplying me with name badges at … Continue reading

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Ferry queues

Council is upgrading New Farm Park ferry terminal while other terminals such as Thornton Street (pictured) Eagle Street Pier and Southbank are the ones that have the high traffic issues.

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Day 105.  St Joseph, MI

After four great days in the company of Jeffrey and Beth we had a farewell nacho and pizza dinner at the Marine Tap Bar. It was a sad and hollow feeling as we bade them goodbye and hopefully they may … Continue reading

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Day 100.  Weather bound in Leland

Normally a 10 to 20 knot wind would be ok conditions to put to sea but not on Lake Michigan, particularly with one meter seas. We have determined our safe forecast limits and the locals concur and also advise us … Continue reading

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Day 86.  St Amant marina, Britt, Ont. 

We left Depot Bay at 7am for the 50 mile trip to Britt. We had been recommended to eat at the Britt Inn by some C-Dory followers but unfortunately it has closed. The St Amant restaurant looks fine and affordable … Continue reading

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Day 77. Campbellford, Ont

What can this trip dish up beyond what it has already treated us with. Well the Trent Severn Waterway has its own type of remarkable; pretty valleys, different foliage, twisting rivers, quaint towns and friendly people. The locks are different … Continue reading

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Day 31.  weather bound in Portsmouth 

   We had planned to go to Deltaville but decided to stay put in Portsmouth due to heavy rain and poor visibility. Steve Baum braved the weather and came to visit us this morning. Steve lives two miles away, has … Continue reading

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