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bridgeovertroubledwater

Well you almost caught the charming old lady, that is, our 66 year old antique power boat, on your boat tour of Camden Harbor...but you missed her. Actually we were out on her Fri. thru Sun. up to the wooden boat race in Brooklyn so maybe it was our fault that she wasn't there for your camera to capture.

I can understand your mixed feelings about Camden. It is a magnet to a real cross-section of people. Many who live here find summer a hassle but I love watching people. So a walk downtown can be an evenings entertainment and sitting out on our boat sipping a glass of wine can be like watching TV with the harbor activity rolling by.

Glad that you make it back to visit by times. It is a great place to live. Perhaps your Prince Charming is some "yachty hottie", as my daughter has been known to call them, that will indeed find you at some boat race or another and sweep you off your feet and land you somewhere here in the Penobscot Bay region.

Pat

Sounds grand and lovely and we hope sometime to cruise Maine (my best man grew up in Kennebunk) and down east and continue on up to Nova Scotia ... though we couldn't think of leaving our boat behind, and the 2,412-mile drive with a thirty-foot-six-inch boat would be quite a project. Eventually, we have the crazy idea of visiting a bunch of Etchells fleets here and there across the country. Someday!

Pat

Sounds grand and lovely and we hope sometime to cruise Maine (my best man grew up in Kennebunk) and down east and continue on up to Nova Scotia ... though we couldn't think of leaving our boat behind, and the 2,412-mile drive with a thirty-foot-six-inch boat would be quite a project. Eventually, we have the crazy idea of visiting a bunch of Etchells fleets here and there across the country. Someday!

Pat

Sounds grand and lovely and we hope sometime to cruise Maine (my best man grew up in Kennebunk) and down east and continue on up to Nova Scotia ... though we couldn't think of leaving our boat behind, and the 2,412-mile drive with a thirty-foot-six-inch boat would be quite a project. Eventually, we have the crazy idea of visiting a bunch of Etchells fleets here and there across the country. Someday!

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