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Old 12-24-2000, 12:30 AM   #26
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I certainly hope this ship has not recently taken on a fine young skipper.

It's 10 degrees and getting colder when he'd soon run her up on a Boulder. Dam. I'm getting mixed up. LOL

Where's that travel agent? There's a warm wind tonight and the moon turns the tide. Let's get going! We're all assembled, awaiting a soft command. Who brought those ponies on board? I can guess who .....



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Old 12-24-2000, 01:23 AM   #27
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A passing ship
I have found the open ocean
Give me no lip
The waves roll by as I pass on
A sunlit sea
On the first day of April
How fresh the wind
Will you miss me when I'm gone

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Old 12-24-2000, 01:23 AM   #28
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A passing ship
I have found the open ocean
Give me no lip
The waves roll by as I pass on
A sunlit sea
On the first day of April
How fresh the wind
Will you miss me when I'm gone

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Old 12-24-2000, 10:45 AM   #29
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Sure will miss you, SUpaiblue. Where you
going? lol.
So we're setting sail tonite, are we?
'... sailing down the winter winter ...
and I like the mood we're in as we while
away the time of day enroute for Christian
Island ..' (apologies GL!)

2M2L - there'll be apple pie aplenty up
on deck when the Ponyman comes to call.
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Old 12-24-2000, 12:38 PM   #30
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APPLE PIE??? LOL
I think the captain should be Jimmy Buffett!
Oh what a time we'll have - Jimmy, Gord and Kris! And ME!!
LOL
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there will be a detour after Christian Island -across Lake Ontario, up the St.Lawrence, down the east coast after visiting Jimmy's relatives in Cape Breton and on to the Caribbean!
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Old 12-24-2000, 12:38 PM   #31
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APPLE PIE??? LOL
I think the captain should be Jimmy Buffett!
Oh what a time we'll have - Jimmy, Gord and Kris! And ME!!
LOL
Char
there will be a detour after Christian Island -across Lake Ontario, up the St.Lawrence, down the east coast after visiting Jimmy's relatives in Cape Breton and on to the Caribbean!
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Old 12-24-2000, 01:24 PM   #32
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This trip would be my "ectasy." Gord and Jimmy Buffett on the high seas. What more could anyone want for the new millenium?

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Old 12-24-2000, 01:24 PM   #33
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This trip would be my "ectasy." Gord and Jimmy Buffett on the high seas. What more could anyone want for the new millenium?

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Old 12-27-2000, 05:03 PM   #34
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After going up the St. Lawrence all the way to Gaspe (shouldn't that be down even tho it's northeast?), I don't want to hurry to tropical climates just yet. Is the ice still in the river? We can take it slowly - just for now I'd like to rest in the shade of a maple tree. Perhaps linger a bit to say Farewell Nova Scotia. We never were bothered by time. Then south to New York to pick up some perfume downtown (I remember it well). There's still time for one last glass of ale. Another lazy morning.



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Old 12-27-2000, 05:03 PM   #35
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After going up the St. Lawrence all the way to Gaspe (shouldn't that be down even tho it's northeast?), I don't want to hurry to tropical climates just yet. Is the ice still in the river? We can take it slowly - just for now I'd like to rest in the shade of a maple tree. Perhaps linger a bit to say Farewell Nova Scotia. We never were bothered by time. Then south to New York to pick up some perfume downtown (I remember it well). There's still time for one last glass of ale. Another lazy morning.



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Old 12-28-2000, 09:34 AM   #36
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Another lazy morning ... the most delicious
brew ...
let us travel if we choose into a land of
notions ... to good spaces in those faraway
places... and if it rains or it snows, we'll
all be safe and warm and never grow old ...
aboard the Lightfoot Liner heading for the
Sea of Tranquillity.

who's coming up on deck to watch the sunset?
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Old 12-28-2000, 12:07 PM   #37
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I will! And as we do, the piped-in music over the ship's loudspeakers will be playing "Sundown", because it's all Gord, all the time on this ship. On Saturday, it's "Saturday Clothes" day. "All the Lovely Ladies", who have found that they "Can't Depend on Love" but are on this ship known as the Gord-Love Boat still "Keepin' on Yearnin'", will ask likely men to "Sit Down, Young Stranger", thinking they are "Something Very Special" and maybe "Someone to Believe In" because they are indulging in "That Same Old Obsession". Out on deck it's a little breezy in the "Shadows" and "Cold on the Shoulder", so they head into their cabins for a little "Romance", get "A Lesson in Love", and even a little "Morning Glory". "Now and Then", it can be "As Fine as Fine Can Be"!

(Gosh, I made it sound so inviting that I have to go now, and call my travel agent! See you on deck!)

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Old 12-28-2000, 12:07 PM   #38
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I will! And as we do, the piped-in music over the ship's loudspeakers will be playing "Sundown", because it's all Gord, all the time on this ship. On Saturday, it's "Saturday Clothes" day. "All the Lovely Ladies", who have found that they "Can't Depend on Love" but are on this ship known as the Gord-Love Boat still "Keepin' on Yearnin'", will ask likely men to "Sit Down, Young Stranger", thinking they are "Something Very Special" and maybe "Someone to Believe In" because they are indulging in "That Same Old Obsession". Out on deck it's a little breezy in the "Shadows" and "Cold on the Shoulder", so they head into their cabins for a little "Romance", get "A Lesson in Love", and even a little "Morning Glory". "Now and Then", it can be "As Fine as Fine Can Be"!

(Gosh, I made it sound so inviting that I have to go now, and call my travel agent! See you on deck!)

--Judy

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Old 01-09-2001, 04:00 PM   #39
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So where are we now on this cruise? How long
before we reach where we're heading?
come on people - let's have some involvement
here - Gord and the boys have been playing
for hours and are getting 'Restless'.
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Old 01-17-2001, 11:33 PM   #40
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This cruise is going nowhere fast.

Did I get on the Flying Dutchman by mistake?

What's with all this fog.
And why won't my radio work?

Don't tell me!!

Triangle ??????



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Old 01-17-2001, 11:33 PM   #41
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This cruise is going nowhere fast.

Did I get on the Flying Dutchman by mistake?

What's with all this fog.
And why won't my radio work?

Don't tell me!!

Triangle ??????



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Old 01-22-2001, 12:27 AM   #42
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Why....uh...er....it seems that we've crossed over into another period of time. That must of been the Triangle for sure. Everyone is adorned in Victorian apparel.

There's Gord over by the jib and it appears as though he's having a chat with a lovely vixen. Why, she appears to have a monogrammed scarf draped around her neck as she gavottes with our handsome troubadour.

Let me make my way over by them and see if I can make out the initials on that scarf. It looks like it might be....is it S.H....maybe M....I can't quite tell.

Does anyone else have a better view?
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Old 01-22-2001, 12:27 AM   #43
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Why....uh...er....it seems that we've crossed over into another period of time. That must of been the Triangle for sure. Everyone is adorned in Victorian apparel.

There's Gord over by the jib and it appears as though he's having a chat with a lovely vixen. Why, she appears to have a monogrammed scarf draped around her neck as she gavottes with our handsome troubadour.

Let me make my way over by them and see if I can make out the initials on that scarf. It looks like it might be....is it S.H....maybe M....I can't quite tell.

Does anyone else have a better view?
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Old 01-22-2001, 01:46 PM   #44
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Actually the initials are MAH. Thanks, Classicmixdj, for noticing. As best it is said that its been locked deep inside of an old sea man's chest full of charts where maps are contained and what's left of the scarf is the result of the moths from several years time. I had nearly forgotten about it . . .

I was wearing the scarf myself when it first caught the eyes of the captain. I gave it to him as a keepsake to remind him of the times we strolled the decks and watched as the waves crashed over the rails on a cool evening aboard his favorite vessel. Ah, but that was so long ago.

Vixen, eh? LOL!

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Old 01-22-2001, 01:46 PM   #45
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Actually the initials are MAH. Thanks, Classicmixdj, for noticing. As best it is said that its been locked deep inside of an old sea man's chest full of charts where maps are contained and what's left of the scarf is the result of the moths from several years time. I had nearly forgotten about it . . .

I was wearing the scarf myself when it first caught the eyes of the captain. I gave it to him as a keepsake to remind him of the times we strolled the decks and watched as the waves crashed over the rails on a cool evening aboard his favorite vessel. Ah, but that was so long ago.

Vixen, eh? LOL!

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Old 01-22-2001, 03:08 PM   #46
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MAH must be the first vixen to board a ship while it's traveling thru the Triangle. Hadn't seen her on board before. And she moved right to the front of the queue too, without taking a number. Smooth move.

I expect to be hearing "Baby Step Back" any minute now. LOL.



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Old 01-22-2001, 03:08 PM   #47
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MAH must be the first vixen to board a ship while it's traveling thru the Triangle. Hadn't seen her on board before. And she moved right to the front of the queue too, without taking a number. Smooth move.

I expect to be hearing "Baby Step Back" any minute now. LOL.



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Old 01-23-2001, 06:37 AM   #48
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That was no MAH embroidered on that fine
silk scarf. The lady is daydreaming.Baby Step Back! The initials were SH, and
our handsome troubadour was so taken, he
chose my name for his own sailing vessel
the Silver Heels, which has been passed
down thru his family to the present time!
SH and that troubadour have been together
in several lifetimes ... if the cruise passes
thru another Triangle, we may get back to
the 1800s. Now that was a time! LOL

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Old 01-23-2001, 03:25 PM   #49
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2M2L,

You are so right . . . anything can happen while in the Triangle. Matter of fact it was while in the Triangle that a certain jealous temptress tossed me to the sharks, in hopes of attaining the attention of said captain. And although you may not have seen me before now, I have been here- in sick bay, ever since a rustic old sea dog kindly rescued me.

SH,

Oh what a wicked web we weave . . . the initials are MAH. And here I was laying blame for the damage done to the silk scarf on the moths when in fact it was you trying to alter the initials. How did you get your paws on my scarf anyway?
Never mind that-- why in blazes did you throw me overboard? I was willing to share. Haven't I always said so? Geez! You're sooooo impatient! LOL

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2M2L,

You are so right . . . anything can happen while in the Triangle. Matter of fact it was while in the Triangle that a certain jealous temptress tossed me to the sharks, in hopes of attaining the attention of said captain. And although you may not have seen me before now, I have been here- in sick bay, ever since a rustic old sea dog kindly rescued me.

SH,

Oh what a wicked web we weave . . . the initials are MAH. And here I was laying blame for the damage done to the silk scarf on the moths when in fact it was you trying to alter the initials. How did you get your paws on my scarf anyway?
Never mind that-- why in blazes did you throw me overboard? I was willing to share. Haven't I always said so? Geez! You're sooooo impatient! LOL

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