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The thrill of sailing rough seas

The good thing is the discomfort, which separates the men from the girls

I suppose there’s always a first time — looking back it was bound to happen. I scrambled off a sailing boat and took the coward’s way out after being bashed about by an angry Poseidon and a furious Aeolus. Actually it was the wife who couldn’t take it anymore and I simply went along. Sixty…

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