Comment on The Great Schooner Race: Aboard the Windjammer Lewis R. French by Trish.
It sounds altogether like a wonderful experience. You describe it so well, I can just imagine their ‘salty hair and worn boat shoes’.
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sounds heavenly!! what a great experience! any chance of getting the recipe for the split pea soup?
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