Check you abandon ship bag, protect the grog, and take no chances. We re thinking of you guys in the Oz, John Boy . It s the tides, man. They can either work
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, Jan 11, 2011
Check you abandon ship bag, protect the grog, and take no chances. We're thinking of you guys in the Oz, John Boy
."It's the tides, man. They can either work for you or they can work against you...
Confidentially, I've had this problem with the tides before."
From: c.ruzer <c.ruzer@...> To: email@example.com Sent: Tue, January 11, 2011 8:09:49 AM Subject: [bolger] Re: Dovekie and others
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "etap28" <dave.irland@...> wrote:
> I need to break out my Bolger books and see if there's any raised
> helmsman seating, seems like it would be eminently uncomfortable
> to sit on the floor for long periods.
There's cockpit seating in the Plywood Dovekie.
--- Well, mitigation dams now near 200% plus. Unheard of 2 - 3m "instant inland tsunamis" propagated with devastating effect through built up areas by a single cloud overhead. Saw that kind of 450mm/hr plus cloudburst to the north, but on wild jungle mountain tops. If it keeps on raining... proactive city power distribution shutdowns commencing... new meaning to modern 'the river city' with king tides plus ocean storm surge Thursday... shipping tug standing off large river$ide restaraunt building now, etc... long ago to the north in the Johnstone they fitted anchors to the Garradunga Pub which made no difference to the crocs in the fridge which made no bad difference to trade. Truly marvellous folk song sung in serious rain. Checking the food supply, and rum, releasing Micro trailer tie downs in the garage. Hmmm... an Ararat here unfortunately is up one raging catchment tributary... rum maybe exhausted the other way by New Caledonia landfall though...
checks rum again... Yep, confirms how lucky to have Micro for a rum circumstance.
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