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Captain and First Mate
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Posted By: ToddK, 12-25-2019, 08:47 AM

I hope they know where they are going

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12-25-2019, 09:00 AM   #2
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Neat shot Todd!

Thanks for sharing
12-25-2019, 09:08 AM   #3
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Nice catch of two sailors. :-)
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Neat shot Todd!
Thanks for sharing
Thank you bertwert!
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Nice catch of two sailors. :-)
Thanks Janse!

12-25-2019, 11:00 AM   #5
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It looks like they spend a sot of time at the helm.
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Nice humour in this pic. They obviously consider it their property.
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It looks like they spend a sot of time at the helm.
Thanks GRB! It certainly looks like it.
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Nice humour in this pic. They obviously consider it their property.
There were a few boats tied off with pelicans on them. They don't look like they go anywhere.
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QuoteOriginally posted by ToddK Quote
I hope they know where they are going
Ho ho! A great image, and great caption! Love it.

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Captain and First Mate
It's obviously a regularly used "cruise liner"... judging by the amount of guano already on board.
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It's obviously a regularly used "cruise liner"... judging by the amount of guano already on board.
Yes, apparently they lack a cleaning crew
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They seem to enjoy the ride! But did they thought about turning on a motor?
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They seem to enjoy the ride! But did they thought about turning on a motor?
Probably not. I think they like going nowhere really fast
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Yes, apparently they lack a cleaning crew
Probably a Union thing...
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Probably a Union thing...
No doubt
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I hope they know where they are going
Looks like they've been spending a lot of time in that boat.
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