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Old 08-10-2007, 06:23 PM   #1
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http://www.wetsand.com/article.asp?locatio...p;SubTabID=1495

I really enjoy every one of her logs. She really brings the scenes to life.
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That has to be one of the best written logs around. Thanks for posting the link.
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Old 08-10-2007, 06:48 PM   #3
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She is a very talented young lady (fellow UCSB sailor). I believe she is now in Nuka Hiva...about 8 weeks behind the rest of the group making the crossing this year.
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Makes me wish I was a 27 year old bloke again. great reading.

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I really enjoy every one of her logs. She really brings the scenes to life.
Good post - perhaps we should think about a separate forum, especially for ones like this.

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The Photo quality is unbelievable. She has an eye for shape, texture, etc........

Impressive!.

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I agree with MMNETSEA's suggestion about a separate forum to record links to favourite sailing blogs we have discovered.

If it was set up, perhaps there could be a small introduction anchored at the top, asking people to give:
  • a hotlink to the blog,
  • a sentence or two on what the blog is about.
  • a sentence or two on what makes the blog interesting to you.
  • if the blog has lead to interesting side-discussion, a link to that.

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I really love her blog because its NOT all about just sailing/cruising. She's focused on surfing--so sailing is just the great way for her to achieve her non-sailing/cruising related goals. I think I'll start a sep. post on that topic...
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