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Old 12 July 2008, 14:29   #1
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Boating in Mexico

We have recently completed our move from Arizona to San Carlos, Sonora.
There are two wonderfull marinas and multiple dry storage compounds. I think there are as many boats here as there are people ( about 4,500). Have decided to keep the rib in dry starage for $62.00 per month plus $8.00 per tractor launch /recovery. Petrol/gas. is only $0.72 per lt. ( $2.65 per gal. US.). Will post some pics when I get all of my stuff sorted.
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Hope you settle in well, sounds like my kinda town! look forward to some pics!
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Congrats on the move. Hope you have a great time there. Pics would be appreciated.

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Old 16 July 2008, 17:25   #4
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Sorry cannot post pics at this time. Old camera and, changed computers, lost drivers etc. etc. Went out on a 28ft hardboart with friends yesterday. Amazing, whales, jumping marlin/sailfish ect. Lot's of whales and sea lions. Started at 4.30 am. and headed out 24 miles. by 3pm had caught a 170lb marlin and 3 big dorado. Ended up with about 100 lbs of filleted fish in the coolers. You wanna talk about hard work!!!!! That marlin fought for just over an hour and took all of us, taking turns to boat it. One dorado would not die and smashed the gps and my friends glasses leaping around the boat.
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