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August 04, 2008

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JP

Calms and squalls - ain't offshore racing fun!

Sounds like a good race - and incredible dining. All too often I've had soggy sandwiches and re-heated pies.

Christy

Sorry to hear about the DNF, but congrats on your adventure nonetheless. Your story still had a happy ending of sorts.

michael

If you weren't trying to get anywhere, it would sound like a wonderful trip! Love the tales of food and wine. And thanks for the wave.

BTW Rockaway is towards the Southwestern tip of Long Island...the Southeastern tip of Queens, perhaps.

When is your next race?

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