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The no car part is easy, but we will have to fire up the dirty old diesel for a few minutes to power the anchor windlass in the am and pm and maybe motor up to a dock if we run out of ice for cocktails. Ahhhh, September!

Easy for me, but the kids insist on being trucked to school. Darn them. Still have one at home.

Well, enjoy. The day mine got her license and I got back on the commuting bike was a happy one, but boy did I miss those conversations.

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