Sweet Liberty Sailing in Naples, Florida

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Mr. Tess wanted to go for a sail, so we took a cruise on Sweet Liberty, a 53’ sailing catamaran built by Gold Coast Yachts in St. Croix. Unforunately, the day we choose was almost windless. It was relaxing and we saw some very expensive houses, some pelicans, and a wedding on board.
fancy-houses

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4 thoughts on “Sweet Liberty Sailing in Naples, Florida

  1. Very lovely blog. I landed on your site through the support forum at wordpress.com

    I enjoy the pictures. I also would like to keep in contact with you, because i may need your help/expertise on food someday. I may use your expertise for my project call dream hungry.

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  2. Hi dreamhungry,
    Thank you for the comment and it’s nice that you like my blog.
    You can talk to me via comments on my blog anytime!

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  3. Hi Jacoba,
    It seemed to go by so quickly. Then when I get home there is the worst kind of winter: sleet and ice. And a whole week of work to catch up with besides. I hope to get back to normal soon.

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