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  1. linda Says:

    Jules Looks great to me. Happy sailing!

  2. Julie & Peter Says:

    February 2, 2010

    Hi everyone. We made it to St Petersburg after what turned out to be quite a good flight although very long. Fortunately there were very few passengers onboard and a very nice steward decided he liked us, and offered us a couple of champagnes as soon as we sat down then after the plane took off he asked us to follow him up to the next cabin where he gave us seats in premium economy ( old business class seats) so we had a very comfortable ride. The dreaded immigration at LAX was surprisingly empty, and we had only to wait about 5 minutes before we were taken. The Immigration Officer was so pleasant and friendly and asked us about our boat and where we were planning to spend our time, gave us six months entry, then told us about a couple of websites we could go to if we wanted to extend our visas without leaving the country! We were very impressed.
    We were greeted at Tampa with cold, overcast weather, and woke the next morning to fog and rain! Yuck. We picked up our rental car and drove to St Pete to finally see the boat after so long. Of course she was very dirty, even green in places, but on the whole looked great. We have spent the last couple of days cleaning and sorting, loading all our gear and buying groceries. Peter is outside at the moment scrubbing the decks (as he should!) with Clorox and everything is sparkling again.
    Ralph’s neighbours had us over for dinner last night. It was so lovely to see them again and we managed to polish off a lot of red wine, not too good for the jetlag, but fun at the time. We are looking forward to seeing Kristian and Brittany on Thursday. I hope the weather improves by then, we have seen a few rays of sunshine today perhaps that is a sign of what is to come. They are just happy to get out of minus 15 and snow!
    That’s it for now, more coming soon.

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