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October 30, 2012

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Baydog

You took the words right out of my mouth: boats do have souls and for those of us who treat their boats like family members, this hurts.

I'm still waiting to hear about Bay Rhumb. She was up on jacks as of Friday, but with the Barnegat Bay surge, I'm not yet sure. The shore is devastated from North to South, as you well know. We all will sail again, though.

Adam Turinas

Baydog, I hope it's a good outcome.

Mitch Zeissler

Horrible horrible images. I'm so sorry to see this.

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Government has to take necessary steps for providing the food and shelter to the effected people.

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