Wednesday, February 4, 2015

THIS OLD HULL NEEDED A REPAIR....

Well, boats don't last forever and once fast old hulls become slow and in need of repair, so do people and in this case the "old hull" needing a repair was my skeleton. It is repaired now with a brand new hip prosthesis. All is well I am burning the recovery time to be able to sail my boat next season, but it is painful and no much will to post. That's the reason things have been slow here and will continue that way for some time.

Fair winds to all,

Paulo

9 comments:

  1. I really enjoy your blog Paulo - here's to a quick recovery.
    Steve

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  2. Wishing you all the best and a quick recovery, Paulo!

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  3. Got to respect the time it takes to put things right so you can continue to live the dream. That's why we call it being on the hard. We are all wishing you a speedy and full recovery.
    Rksailsolo

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  4. Hi Paulo, you're not sinking yet - the water is waiting for you!

    Take care, great blog - Jo

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  5. Best wishes and a fast and complete recovery!

    Your Blog is the best I know !

    Best regards from Frankfurt/Germany

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  6. I wish you a fast and good recovery!

    Your blog is the best, I love it.

    Best regards from Frankfurt/Germany

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  7. Best wishes for a speedy recovery, Paulo! And when you recommission your "hull", be sure to drink the champagne without first breaking the bottle on your head, as is the custom. :)

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