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The Nina

Uploaded by: pegpics

Sunday March 10, 2013

Naples, FL (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: It is surprising how SMALL she was, when considering the distance she travelled!

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2. Ojiisan
5:25 AM GMT on March 13, 2013
In the days of the Nina, and the Mayflower, even the women had huge cajones to sail that ocean. My hat is off to all of them. Courage seldom found in today's world.
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1. jth523
12:31 AM GMT on March 13, 2013
Interesting series. You really wonder how they managed to sail over here. Especially after the Bounty going down in Hurricane Sandy.
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About pegpics

pegpics

Hi, I'm Peg. I live in Naples, FL. I grew up on the Eastern Shores of Delaware and Maryland and I love boats and old cars. I love animals when they are mocking human nature, and I love human nature when it is expressing joy. I love all my WU FRIENDS and the way you all share your lives and experiences through your photos is precious to me. This is all so much fun!!!

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