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Postby Bruce Martin » Wed Aug 04, 2010 9:20 am

Trust everyone got home safely, from another marvlous regatta. It is always a pleasure to be abe to come to an event such as that and come away with a great feeling of
gratitude, that there are people in place and are will to give of there time, to put on this regatta. It is always great to meet old friends and meet some new ones, I know
that I can speak for the fellows north of the border,that we had a great time floating our boats and talking to the people.
So many thanks to the Indy Admirials and all of the other people involed on putting on this event ,because with out them we may be headed for the bottem out of control and gasping for air.
On a personal note I would like to see the regatta be held in Carmel next year ( location, location ,location ) No one has ever lost a boat ,got caught in the weeds.
Just think about it for those who had some you may never again be able to have the Internationally famous Mrs "B" butter tarts.

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Re: Canadian mafia

Postby Bigdave » Wed Aug 04, 2010 5:37 pm

OMG Bruce! :shock:
The Mrs did it again!!
The tarts were to die for!!!
The 8-balls dream about them fondly!!! :D
It was great to have the subcom-On contingent at the regatta again. It would not be the same with out you guys. :mrgreen: BD.
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Re: Canadian mafia

Postby Pirate » Wed Aug 04, 2010 11:55 pm

Yes. I agree with Dave. If you were not there it would be different.
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Re: Canadian mafia

Postby donO » Sat Aug 07, 2010 7:59 pm

Hi Bruce,

We finally made it home. Glad to see you guys and get to eat Mrs B's butter tarts. I know she has a lot of new fans who tasted her famous tarts for the first time.

Can't wait to see you guys again.

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