hajoth Wrote:@Tony,VOR is no navigational tool in sailing, less speed, too vague ;-). It's more suitable for the gentlemen of the clouds :-)!
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clepsydra Wrote:Hi Hajo,That looks cooold! and very uncomfortable........
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hajoth Wrote in reply to:clepsydra Wrote:Hi Hajo,That looks cooold! and very uncomfortable........Hi Tony,your coinage "cooold" -cool&cold- is BZ, but uncomfortable.... if you have a look at the heading, I had the bretonic lobster and a Sancere in mind that will wait for me in port when passing the Channel in Oct on the way to Lisbon :-).
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clepsydra Wrote:Ah! Sancerre!. Louis XVI favorite wine. Legend has it that it was his last wish before he "lost his head". It goes very well with lobster, and is an excellent motivation to traverse inclement cold weather. :-) I am sure the weather was balmier in Lisbon, even in October.