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  1. Hi Mark and Sarah-
    You recents posts are great to see- Elizabeth and Michael have really become you min-mes. :-)

    It has been ages since we ran into each other in Buenos Aires!

    Love following you all,
    Suzanne
    skype: suzannebecker

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  2. Sarah-
    I use parts of your blog to illustrate several stories in our Reading Series at Indian Lake! You all are great parents and are giving Elizabeth and Michael experiences that will last a lifetime...good job! You continue to prove what a great teacher you are- very cool to witness! :) God Bless and Happy Everything! Colleen (your ol cohort)

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  3. Hello!

    My name is Christine Hayes and I work at the editorial department at SAIL Magazine in Boston, MA. I found your blog so I wanted to drop you a line as I'm looking for people who live aboard a multihull to interview. I'm going to be writing an article featuring these "cat people" as the section was called in our first issue of The Multihull Sailor.

    I'm wondering if you're interested in a short interview about why you decided to live aboard, where you like to cruise, what you enjoy doing on your boat, and the like? If you are indeed interested, I could send you a sample page of the recently published story.

    I can be reached at intern@aimmedia.com

    Best,
    Christine Hayes

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  4. Hi Mark and Sarah,
    Following your adventures from a very snowy 2016 winter in Steamboat Springs. Thanks for your posts and videos and would enjoy reading more on the overall financial aspects of trip, ie, planning, budgets, costs, etc. What are your plans going forward? How long will you be traveling and any plans for Field Trip after your adventures? God Speed, Ren Martyn, Steamboat Springs, Co.

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