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Happy Holidays!

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First New Year's Day aboard Heretic, Staniel Cay regatta, 2007

First New Year’s Day aboard Heretic, Staniel Cay regatta, 2007

Happy Holidays to the Gone Floatabout subscribers!  We appreciate your interest in sharing our stories and photos and hope you’ve been enjoying the site.

We’re gradually adding to it: as well as the British Columbia page, we’ve posted a page on our circumnavigation.  Under that page there’s photos and brief stories from the last few months of the voyage: the Lesser Antilles back to Maine.  There’ll be more soon, and come spring we’ll post about Arctic preparations!

Happy first day of winter–from tomorrow, the days start getting longer!

Cheers,

Ellen and Seth

Author: Ellen

Circumnavigator, Arctic voyager, writer/photographer

4 thoughts on “Happy Holidays!

  1. Thanks for you Holiday wishes – I’m looking forward to your Northwest Passage in 2014. Smooth seas, Douglas Pohl

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    >________________________________ > From: Gone Floatabout >To: douglas_pohl@yahoo.com >Sent: Saturday, December 21, 2013 9:43 AM >Subject: [New post] Happy Holidays! > > > > WordPress.com >hereticsailing posted: ” Happy Holidays to the Gone Floatabout subscribers! We appreciate your interest in sharing our stories and photos and hope you’ve been enjoying the site. We’re gradually adding to it: as well as the British Columbia page, we’ve posted a page on our” >

  2. Thanks for sharing your sailing stories and pictures and enabling vicarious adventures.
    Happy skiing and Merry Christmas.

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