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13/11/2013

Calypso - Getting ready to leave

New batteries fitted, rig checked, excellent and very welcome Hallberg Rassy support who checked steering, engine & deck fittings. Also had hull scrubbed, passed safety inspection & booked lots of training seminars. Lots of socialising including meeting up with Alan & crew from "Far Fetched" & drinks with Ian, Wendy & Bumble of "Silver Slipper". Fantastic ARC welcoming party. Phil now on board.. read more...


13/11/2013

La Rochelle - Halfway

At 1am this morning we reached the halfway mark ,only 430 miles to go ,yippee.Gliding along under the moon at 7 knots with dolphins for company and louvre driving,doesn't get much better.All the big boats have 2 headsails , so we decided to havea go. Flying the storm jib as a staysail, balances the boat quiet nicely and. Gives us another .2 knot.Have been hand steering during the day with full main and poled out no 1headsail , doing hull speed , not much point flying a kite. Breeze has been 17-25 knotsfrom 60 degrees .Everyone is settling in to the rhythm nicely and getting plenty of rest.Cheers La Rochelle. read more...


12/11/2013

Jambo - The final preparations

Back to Jambo to give her a thorough check up Found a crack in one of the four fuel filters so need to replace this before we start- at least we found it now and not half way to the rum punch!. read more...


12/11/2013

Resolute of Thames - All Well

Over a third of the way to Cape Verde! After a great send-off in Las Palmas on Sunday it feels good to be on our way and making progress.Incredible that we all left together but we have soon become out here on our ownsomes with seldom another sail to be seen.Being only double handed is proving to be a doddle.The four hour watch system is working fine with the dog-watch between 4-8 being our full-on communication time (well, at least Gill talks non-stop and Colin listens!). The dog watch system also means we rotate our shifts which adds variety and ensures some nights with more sleep.The nights are certainly a long 12 hours (3 watches)with the moon being a strict time-keeper and making himself scarce at about 0400 - shirker!He is also upside-down in these southern climes - decidedly. read more...


12/11/2013

Free Spirit - Life at sea has never been better

We treated ourselves to fresh water showers, since after all Saturday night is bath night, thanks to prudent water management resulting in an ample supply.We finally had some wind and were able to take advantage of the main with only the first reef and the genoa for most of the afternoon.  By midnight we put a second reef in the main and switched over from the genoa to jib.The wind eased and shifted by 0400, making our progress painfully slow.We furled the jib and fired up the motor so we could head in the desired direction.We are getting closer, with 250 miles to go.Hope to make landfall by Tuesday.. read more...


12/11/2013

Free Spirit - Anticipation was in the air.

The mood was upbeat and almost festive, as we hunkered down for our last night of the passage Monday night.A dinner of beef bourgignone on a bed of mashed potatoes followed by brownies will just have to do.We started out motor sailing, then saw that the fuel gauge on the remaining fuel tank was reading lower than it should have been.Do we have a fuel problem?Mike quickly figured out that by switching the fuel return from one tank to the other while leaving the fuel intake set on the current tank, we could in essence siphon the fuel into the tank with the reliable gauge.Worked like a charm and sure enough, we had a bad gauge but ample fuel.In the early hours of the morning, we began to see the far off glow of lights from Tortola and St Thomas beaconing us on.The winds picked up and the. read more...


12/11/2013

Tatt av Vinden - Just twelve days left

The dayshave passed very quickly here in Las Palmas. We have been back for 10 daysalready. But we think preparations are under control. Tomorrow we shall havesecurity check. We even feel that “Tatt av vinden” is prepared for that! We havehad two Norwegian families visiting us. Both stays in Puerto Rico at themoment. Just 45 minutes from here but 3 – 5 degrees warmer!  During thedays here the temperature is nice, but it is a bit chilly in the evenings. Butwe love it here. We always loved Gran Canaria. Tonight we shall go for our firstsundowner with other ARC people. Yes, Eva and I are onschedule!. read more...


12/11/2013

Solar Blue - A chilly night :)

After a chilled night with not much going on and a lot of time to just think about this and that, we were greeted to the day by a horde of dolphins. It's great to see how nature can be quite difficult sometimes and then reward you with such beauty. Nature has to be female ;-)Beat Luginbühl, Switzerland. read more...


12/11/2013

Windsurf - ARC preparations

Preparations and preparations...Too much preparations on  Pontoon L, and probably on the rest of the pontoons.Everybody likes to start the Crossing to the Carib...All boats are provisioned except the fresh vegetables, fruits and meat. We get a  bit nervous and time is going very slow. We are glad that there are many meetings (the sundowners) and activities to do and seminars to learn more about the handling of the Atlantic. Subjects such as wheather forecast, navigation, provisioning, safety activities, etc. are the most important items to learn more about, especially for the Mid Atlantic area.Yesterday we got green light from the organisation that our boat is very good equipped and safe for take off.   Pfff we were glad, because that was a lot of work. More than we. read more...


12/11/2013

Sonsy Lass - 300nm down

2 days out and making good progress with the last day we have been “gullwinged”. Managed to put the cruising shute up for a good few hours which aidedour speed. With our  sail setup and the seas are causing Sonsy to wallowside to side, very uncomfortable.. read more...


12/11/2013

Rosa Fascia - Good day 1

So we finally slipped our lines and with our help our our racing driver Richardat the helm got a good start .. Kept east and with a poled out Genoa had a good run though the acceleration zone and through the night.  The wind has veered and we're on track for Cape Verde enjoying the sunshine.Circa 180mileson the log and 680 to go ... Amanda is is cooking lunch with a three bean salad - in between sunbathing.Pete is splicing and Richard has his feet up with the autopilot on.. I'm just about to get the fishing rod out. Love to all, Jack, Richard. Pete and Amanda . read more...


12/11/2013

Rosa Fascia - Day 2 Mon. Nov.11th

We're all having a wonderful time out here on the big blue marble. The seas are 2 to 3 meters and the wind is really very constant all things considered. The air in not hot yet but the suns warmth is intense. This evening I had two night time (darkness) watches. The first having a "D" shape moon and the latter being moonless and much darker. There was some Iridescent algae glowing in the hull wash. For those of you that have not seen it before, it sometimes appears in the water as cinders from a campfire and sometimes the algae appears like small 16" wide light explosions. Like little starbursts. Very neat to see again.Peter J. Puky (Mate on Rosa Fascia). read more...


12/11/2013

Pandora of Feock - Helming

Helming is fun!  So we have discovered after 2 days at sea. Trying to give the autopilot a rest and have discovered that Jerry is betterthan the autopilot and so he can stay there for the rest of the trip.   We had an interesting discussion last night with a large oil tanker who wason a collision course with us.   The Captain was extremely polite andaltered course for us but was worried when we told him there were another 44yachts in the fleet.    We have kept to the east as per ourcunning plan and have had good wind and boat speed but now have to work out howto go west, thus the reason for keeping Jerry at thehelm.. read more...


12/11/2013

Ocean Venture - Duke on course for ARC

Now with 2000 miles behind him, and with Gran Canaria on the horizon, the Duke is growing in confidence and has been enjoying the 200 mile a day averages.''Pppfftt,... kids today have got nothing on me. I should award myself the D of E platinum award'' the duke boasted as he caught another dolphin fish.The duke is looking forward to a proper old fashioned knees up at the ARC festivities and cavorting with the natives. .20131110_155101-1. read more...


Ocean Venture - Duke on course for ARC
Ocean Venture - Duke on course for ARC
12/11/2013

Hanami II - SSB at sea ou la BLU en mer

In the SailMail software to send and receive mails or files through the SSB radiowaves there is a function that tells you which frequency to use at which time of the day to reach the gateway you want to access (to collect your mail) depending on the distance between you and this gateway.As radiowaves propagation depends upon sun light, temperature and seasons, there are many gateways one can choose from.Hence punching this F8 key tells you that if you are where we are, between Canaria island and Cape Verde, there is no way you can get the weather files between 09:00 and 15 to 17:00 either from Belgium (OSY), Lunenburg, or South Carolina.Stangely that is precisely when you want them, before the SSB radio-net starts and at a time the ARC should publish them.The only solution left is to. read more...


12/11/2013

Meltemi - nicht mehr unterhopft

Wie das so ist, zwischen Leinen los und Leinen fest gibt es keinen Alkohol. Aber dann schmeckt das!!!!!!P1180468. read more...


Meltemi - nicht mehr unterhopft
Meltemi - nicht mehr unterhopft
12/11/2013

Ninfea - First Day at Sea

First Day at sea –November 10Yesterday November 10 at 1.00 pm we left Las Palmas and set sails for Cape Verde. The biggest challenge on the start was to avoid collision with the 45 boats all leaving at the same time through the narrow gate of the start line. We had two hair raising encounter with an onlooker who wanted a somewhat too close look at us and an ARC boat that approached us from downwind, starboard side. She only moved away after I shouted a “what the …” at the skipper at the top of my lungs! That was close!After we negotiated the classic acceleration zone at the southern tip of the island (20-30 kn) we settled on a more comfortable 14-18 kn, which is what we expect for the next 2-3 days. No squalls in the forecast so far.Marianto prepared a “finger-licking-good” chicken for. read more...


12/11/2013

La Rochelle - 5th member of crew makes an appearance

Louvre our 5th crew member who has been a stowaway in the aft cabin since the med, finally decided to make an appearance yesterday at 5 pm. Having jibed over it must have woken him, the sea state had settled and being only able to helm in reasonable conditions decided to helm all night , to make up for his lost shifts ,( what a legend ). He certainly has not lost his talents, Hopefully today we can pull out the "weapons" and get a move onCrew La Rochelle. read more...


12/11/2013

Hanami II - En allant vers le sud ...

12 XI 2013 - oo:45 UTC25 18 N -17 00 W entre les canaries et le cap verttSeconde journee, plutot calme car le vent a baisse ce qui nous a fait ralentir a 5 ou 6 noeudsde moyenne la plus part du temps et dans le meilleur des cas.Ciel degage avec quelques nuages mais rin de serieux, meme si la pression barometrique baisse: on a perdu 2 hp en 24 heures environ.Quelques bateaux sur l'eau: 2 de la flotte dont un que nous avons remonte et 2 cargos.Par contre, rien au bout de nos lignes de traine et ca, c'est beaucoup moins bien car un peu de poisson serait bienvenu.On ne peut pas tout avoir, ce matin c'etait des dauphins, demain ce sera peut etre une belle coryphene, qui sait.Avec un peu plus de vitesse, le Watt&Sea et la D400 couvrent a peu pres bien les besoins du bord et depuis le. read more...


11/11/2013

Windleblo - Leave No Man Behind

We've had our first tiff.It was the Coach who returned to the boat with his feelings hurt.We were at the Sailor's Bar having a couple of beers in the name of crew unity. A couple more turned into a couple more, and the Austrian and I had had enough. It was time to go back to the boat for dinner. But the Irish kept buying for us. After first relenting, then politely refusing, we finally had to get up and walk away.Well, when he got back to the boat a bit later, the Coach said he had felt abandoned by his mates. "Leave no man behind," should be our creed, he declared. Though we weren't obliged, we apologized once again, in the hope that the Coach would forgive us. We went on to have a delightful meal prepared by John Hoopes.If our apologies weren't enough, the new ARC Windleblo pride wear. read more...


11/11/2013

Free Spirit - One more thing...

Happy Veterans Day to all our veteran family members, friends, and all those who have known the privilege of serving.The Cruising Colonels salute you!. read more...


11/11/2013

Ocean Venture - Duke and Simon Cowell join Oceanventure for ARC

The Duke of Edinburgh has decided to take a sabbatical from his royal duties and traded his privileged position in the aristocracy in search of a more simple lifestyle aboard 'Ocean Venture ' in this years ARC. The Duke has somewhat surprisingly struck up a good friendship with his cabin mate Simon on the shakedown cruise towards Las Palmas.Check out the photo . read more...


11/11/2013

Free Spirit - Are we there yet?

We've calculated and recalculated our fuel consumption and remaining available fuel hours ad infinitum.We'd like to make a bee line to the finish, but the wind hasn't always been cooperative.We joke about celebrating every degree of progress by doing "the wave".We are all quite proficient at moving about the boat, anticipating every bracing maneuver.Hope our boat bites are sufficiently healed to permit bathing suits and a dip in the pool on arrival.The fans below are going full tilt, as it's rather warm below.I suspect we all smell a bit tired.Looking forward to iced drinks and cold showers so much we can taste it.We got in the Caribbean mood last night with jerk ribs for dinner.The Galley Goddess is in her full glory and the expendable crew man is still alive.Landfall is only a day away.. read more...


Ocean Venture - Duke and Simon Cowell join Oceanventure for ARC
Ocean Venture - Duke and Simon Cowell join Oceanventure for ARC
11/11/2013

Solar Blue - Log 11/11/13 .. Day 2 ... Crew introduction .. Nadya & Sasha

No one normal boat does all the preparations for the Atlantic crossing in the last day. But we did! Unfortunately our SV Solar Blue was late with her arriving to Las Palmas, so we had only one day to buy all the food and complete all the needed equipment. And in these hard circumstances we all were feeling we're a good Crew, a friendly unit for the whole Atlantic. All people from different countries: Australia, Russia, Thailand, Italy, Switzerland - now we're all together in this big, big ocean!That's how our way from Canaries to St Lucia begins. With all the preparations in one day and with the first hard night in the ocean, when some of us were seasick and learned to feel the boat from its inside: now I know how it sounds; I know the sound of propeller and the sound of waves, the. read more...


11/11/2013

Wings - Sat night / Sunday morning

Crossed the line a bit ago.  Trekked down to Spanish Town and are tucked-in at VGYH.  Working hard to let our guard completely down in the form of Dark and Stormies.  Really looking forward to raising a glass or two with all the Carib 1500 fleet in Nanny Cay next week.  It's been a great experience! Anonymous Howard, Dave, Tommy, Bob & Pat.. read more...


11/11/2013

La Rochelle - Day One

Crossed the line a bit ago. Trekked down to Spanish Town and are tucked-in at VGYH. Working hard to let our guard completely down in the form of Dark and Stormies. Really looking forward to raising a glass or two with all the Carib 1500 fleet in Nanny Cay next week. It's been a great experience!Anonymous Howard, Dave, Tommy, Bob & Pat. read more...


11/11/2013

Meltemi - in Madeira

Heute morgen um 04:00 OZ fest in der Marina d. Calheta/Madeira.Marina Funchal hatte keinen Platz mehr vor uns. Eine AIDA, die dirket vor uns eingelaufen ist hat den letzten Platz geschnappt. Tja so isses. Hier ist es aber auch recht nett, vor allen Dingen ruhig. (Wollen wir das wirklich????). read more...


11/11/2013

Joy of Shamrock Quay - Day 2 Underway

We had a great first day, large swell but achieving 8s and 9s consistently with the odd wave surfed at 10.5 with big cheers from the crew and skipper. Late afternoon the main came down and we ran with twin headsails poled out and mizzen out on a preventer. Joy felt very balanced and just before sun down we were treated to a visit from 20 or so dolphin, all very playful. I sat on the dolphin seat, feet dangling over the bow and when the bow dipped the dolphin jumped clean out the water splashing my feet. A good nights sail with the occasional set of waves to throw us off balance for a few seconds, and this morning the sun is shining and there are still smiles all around. Awesome!Susie. read more...


11/11/2013

Sonsy Lass - First Log

Whilst there were only 43 or so boats taking part in the rally, dodging them and some huge tankers in 2m swell before the start line was interesting. However we got off to a good start and headed in a south – easterly direction to pick up the best winds. So far we have notched up 140nm 19 hrs – really not bad. Colin and Keith have set up the sails this morning for gull-winging and we are now racing along touching 9knts at times. None of us have really felt like eating, apart from some well hidden ginger biscuits, so the potential for us opening that restaurant in Cape Verdes may be realised. We have no idea where we are in the fleet as we lost sight of most of the boats earlier as they hugged the GC coastline.. read more...


Easy Rider - 2013 EasyCrew
Easy Rider - 2013 EasyCrew
Ace - ARC+ Milling about before the start. 1230
Ace - ARC+ Milling about before the start. 1230
10/11/2013

Meltemi - 99 Meilen vor Funchal/Madeira

Heute 12 Uhr Schiffsmittag nach einem Etmal von 192 Meilen noch 99 Meilen bis Funchal.Schönes Wetter Wind um die 20Kn aus NNE.Der Mahi Mahi hat gestern Mittag sehr gut geschmeckt.. read more...


10/11/2013

Joy of Shamrock Quay - Start Day has Arrived

Final preparations are under way before a good breakfast for us all.  We had a great time at the farewell party on Friday night and met up with Steve and Angela from Coffs Harbour who are now here with ‘Pannikin’ getting ready for their ARC crossing on 24th.  The entertainment was fantastic and we had another good dance session!  I have blisters to prove it..   A quiet night last night with a BBQ dinner on Pannikin (thanks guys) and an early night and we are (almost) good to go.  Wind blowing and overcast, should make for an interesting start. SusieJ. read more...


10/11/2013

Windleblo - Approaching the Canaries

Land Ho!The next time we hear this cry, it will be St. Lucia, not Gran Canaria, that we approach.Our two night crossing from Madeira is nearly done. Force 6 winds on the beam, sometimes touching Force 7, propelled us here. The seas mounted to four meters along the way, making sleep elusive. Windleblo seem to revel in the sporty seas. As I've said many times before, the only thing holding this boat back is captain and crew.The rough conditions did nothing to dampen the good spirits aboard Windleblo. We even practiced our sea shanties mid-passage.Moments ago, we held a passage debrief. The only complaint I heard was that we did not do enough to pay homage to Neptune as we departed Madeira. All we did was share a dram of cheap gin while hearing a few words uttered by Joules in German. We. read more...


09/11/2013

Hanami II - Last night in Las Palmas ...

I was just about to write "Last night in twisted river". That's the next to the last John Irving's novel. A very good one I think...Nothing about sailing in this book but the last night it refers to is the beginning of a life time adventure. So is crossing the ARC+ starting line.We did in 2011 but it is still as if it was the first time and I wonder if all people starting for a long crossing feel the same, a little bit anxious about what is going to happen.The difference between our start and the one in the novel is that "we know it is a start", we worked long days and hours to get ready, whereas in the novel it is only after years that the "start" reveals itself. Well, to keep it short, we are as ready as one can be and if there are (as always) a few things to do all the important ones. read more...


10/11/2013

Enigma - Enigma_Luxus_Restaurant_Racer

Hallo Ihr lieben daheim gebliebenen,seit Tagen nun bin ich an Bord und wir bereiten diesen wirklich luxuriösen Katamaran mit seinen 62 ft auf die erste Etappe von Las Palmas zu den Kapverden vor. Die Mannschaft besteht aus immerhin zwei Skippern, einem wunderbaren italienischen Koch (Ricardo) der zusammen mit seinem Mitstreiter und einer guten weiblichen Seele hier an Bord für das leibliche Wohl der Mitsegler und Gäste sorgt.Die ENIGMA mit ihren 62 ft ist als Charterschiff konzipiert und komm frisch aus der Werft mit allen Annehmlichkeiten ausgestattet, um eine solche Reise nicht nur sportlich sondern auch sonst angenehm zu gestalten.Da muss selbst bei schwierigem Wetter niemand seinen Mond an der Reling zeigen, die Dinge, die man sonst immer mal wieder rationiert auf einem Segler hat,. read more...


Enigma - Enigma_Luxus_Restaurant_Racer
Enigma - Enigma_Luxus_Restaurant_Racer
10/11/2013

Wings - Wings Blog Sat night / Sunday morning

Crossed the line a bit ago.  Trekked down to Spanish Town and are tucked-in at VGYH.  Working hard to let our guard completely down in the form of Dark and Stormies.  Really looking forward to raising a glass or two with all the Carib 1500 fleet in Nanny Cay next week.  It's been a great experience! Anonymous Howard, Dave, Tommy, Bob & Pat.. read more...


10/11/2013

Starblazer - We have arrived in Gran Canaria

We have found the winds in the Canaries to be case of feast or famine, far too much or not enough!It's usually far too much when you are trying to make progress in a roughly northerly direction, such as the return from La Gomera to Tenerife, it was horrible.In contrast, the trip to Gran Canaria from Tenerife was a boring motor, sailing for only a couple of hours.We spent three nights in the anchorage before coming into the marina on Thursday.We couldn't have picked a better arrival day as we were invited to the Hallberg Rassy party.What a lovely surprise.Now we have a few days before ARC preparations begin in earnest, though the boat is just about ready to go!Friday was also a bit of a surprise.We officially checked into the ARC and went to the combined 'Farewell to ARC+' and 'Welcome to. read more...


Enigma - Kitesurfing
Enigma - Kitesurfing
Enigma - Enigma
Enigma - Enigma
19/11/2011

Jade - Log Written Saturday 3pm

We asked for wind and we got it. Since yesterday we have had steady 15 to 25 knots with gusts up to 35.It's a little rough too so we weren't able to cook the Mahi last night. The boat's motion is a little better now so we'll try cooking tonight. We are still enjoying ourselves. We certainly chose the right crew, everyone on the boat is in good spirits and working together as a team. We can't wait to hear how the other participants made it to Tortola so quickly. What do they know that we don't know?  Thanks for following, Frances and the Crew of Jade. read more...


09/11/2013

Tara - Sat Nov 9 - It's noon and it's AWESOME

The sun rising off TARA's bow was accompanied by a flurry of quiet activity.Flying fish in the distance, a bird resting on the rigging, and spotting a sailboat off the starboard bow were each the focal point of their individual moments.We've been motoring for 27 hours, since the wind died.TARA's engine is quiet, affords us a nice 7kt speed, ample charging for electronics, and plenty of hot water. Captain Mark stirs below, double checking the log for position, speed, and direction.Looking for wind information, he decides we should sail!The crew scurries topside, securing lines on winches, while our little sea finch flitters about here and there.I take my place on a beanbag on the bow!It's perfect for a little quiet time to reflect and savor the moment, not to mention pretty darn. read more...


09/11/2013

Tara - Fri Nov 8 - Airing Our Dirty Laundry

Ever-increasing temps continue to boost morale on board.Good morning greetings to sleepy-eyed sailors are passed around with smiles and stories of night watches, no ships in sight or the only one spotted in days that crossed within 2 miles.Energized from the sunshine (or possibly the pancakes) a unanimous work-about begins.As if a whispered desire blew on the wind, first heard by the crewman at the bow and carrying its message through to the stern.A sailor's heart thrives when the hands are busy, taking care of the vessel that carries us to far away places, voyages dreamed about by many, but realized by a tenacious few.Towels, used to mop up drips securing a better foothold against five days of an obnoxious angle of heel, were the first to be clipped to the lifelines.Soon, wet. read more...


09/11/2013

Solstice - Gulf stream crossing

Quote of the day:"Not only is the sea unspoiled and without artificiality, there is a primeval quality, a purity surrounding its environment.Maybe you appreciate the sea because when you are lost upon its vastness your life is not jammed up with the trivia, the meaningless detail, and the foolish stuff of civilization."--Hal Roth[Don]SV Solstice is happy to report that though our GenSet is down and out for the count, we've been able to get our engine repaired and we're back underway. The engine repair took a back-seat while the winds were strong and we were able to keep the batteries charged by other means, but after the wind generator got stuck by a flying lanyard and the GenSet died, it became clear that we didn't have enough solar charging to keep up with demand.So at night without. read more...


09/11/2013

Free Spirit - Excitement is in the air!

After motor sailing for 2 days now, we have wind in the forecast.We unfurled the genoa, shook all the reefs out and went to a full main in anticipation of a little help from Mother Nature.Our excitement yesterday was spotting the Norwegian Gem cruise ship, passing within 2 miles of our location.We contacted them to verify courses to ensure safe crossing, resisting the temptation to request a six pack and bag of ice.  For the folks back home, we are doing quite well.Have had some issues with gremlins in our electronics systems. During our troubleshooting, we took down the Caribbean 1500 tracking device to see if the location might be causing some interference.We have yet to get the Spot tracker up and running, so that put us in the stealth mode.Hopefully we didn't cause any angst. read more...


09/11/2013

Wings - Sat. morning, Nov. 9

Wings Blog, Sat. morn , Nov 9  The winds returned about 3:00 a.m. this morning, certainly adequate, but far diminished from earlier in the week -- now about 15 knots or so.  Beautiful morning -- hot and sunny. Despite the calm yesterday, it seemed like it was the longest day of the sail so far.  We got a lot done.  The swimming pool locker is now empty of water -- and for awhile, was also emptied of all the stuff inside.  Dave and Tommy found everything in there but Jimmy Hoffa -- we even found two fold-up lawn chairs, despite the lack of a lawn on a sailboat.  The locker is now clean and everything neatly stowed inside. All day yesterday and through most of the night, Howard was able to keep the water-maker working; apparently, it's gone on-the-fritz again. read more...



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