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I love all boatsnever been the ocean and I never will
Sorry K. my mistake.. (I'm on too many med.s)...it was Gordon Lightfoot ~ "The Wreck of the Edmund Fitz"....not sure if Joe posted in June/July... (sorry about the coughing thing too...feel better my friend!) ~ Lori
Another favorite of mine!
Lori I'm sorry but it's coughing thing and ask that you would refresh my memory. Or better yet send me to the post.
I am terrible ON the water...my honeymoon from Boston to Bermuda...in the tiny bathroom vomiting the entire time!...Then, in PEI, a beautiful day-sail on a vintage hand-hewn sailboat...(same thing) ruined the trip for everyone! I wish I could enjoy it. I remember you said you & your wife visited the place of that Harry Carpenter song tragedy...then told of some of your own 'near-misses'....terrifying...but must have been exciting.
When I was a teenager I would crew for racing boats. I still love sailing but I found out the hard way if you don't keep up with it you loose a lot of knowledge. Tail between my legs, I now am a better passenger.
I love that song too! Great harmonies. ♫ Thanks K. ♫ ~ Lori
amazing puzzle!!! superboat!
Your welcome. Like your moniker self named or named?
I LOVE THAT SONG!!!!!!!!!!!!!! it's been a long time since i listened to it. i never got to go sailing but always wanted to. due to my bad health, it won't happen now. oh well. thanks for the memories.