What is Your Favorite Beach?


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Re: What is Your Favorite Beach?

Postby jhc68 » Mon Dec 20, 2004 11:12 am

We are off soon to check out Vina del Mar and La Serena in Chile. Reports will be filed asap!
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Re: What is Your Favorite Beach?

Postby EPelle » Mon Dec 20, 2004 12:11 pm

What is the equivalent of "Planes, Trains and Automobiles" in the disaster world?
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Re: What is Your Favorite Beach?

Postby Krisco » Mon Dec 20, 2004 3:11 pm

What is your favorite BEACH? Man,you Columbus North guys have WAAAAY too much time on your hands!
I bet AJ's favorite beach is the swimming lake at St Joe St Park..What do YOU guys think?
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Re: What is Your Favorite Beach?

Postby twittering debutante » Mon Dec 20, 2004 3:54 pm

>I was thinking more M & the M kind of Echo Beach-although I wonder if it is the
>same thing? If you are standing on it TD, which direction are you looking?

south
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Re: What is Your Favorite Beach?

Postby MJD » Mon Dec 20, 2004 4:03 pm

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Re: What is Your Favorite Beach?

Postby wineturtle » Mon Dec 20, 2004 4:29 pm

With sand ,almost anywhere on the north coast of Maui.While wineturtle was in his "olive drab" period he had the extreme pleasure of snorkeling off a very rocky shore on the Island of You-long-doe(I see its now spelled Ulleongdo back then never saw the name in western characters)in the East Sea off the coast of South Korea. Twice as many fish/animal life in water than even the commercial tourist sites like Lani Hawai'i and the Caribbean,where systematic chumming creates an artifical abundance.Clear,cool water,little wash and diversity.Wish I had more of a chance to explore South Korea when I was stationed there.
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Postby MJD » Sun Oct 30, 2005 4:01 am

Tempting fate-decided to use up the deposit I paid last year just before Ivan hit the Caymans. Think the season will be over in two weeks?
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Postby utkvol80 » Sun Oct 30, 2005 5:04 pm

Cocoa Beach, FL lately, only because I used to do a lot of TDY there on Uncle Sam's dime.
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Postby gh » Sun Oct 30, 2005 5:55 pm

Drinking buddy of mine finally got home yesterday after spending almost a week in a shelter in Cancun. In the tony resort he was at he got stuck in the second row of bungalows from teh beach, which pissed him off to no end, and he made a strong request to managment that they get him into the front row.

The next day, there he was in the front row--but still in the same bungalow. Be careful what you ask for!
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Postby SQUACKEE » Mon Oct 31, 2005 3:36 am

whats my favorite beach?

my wife! GOOD NITE! dont forget to tip your waitress. :P
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Postby Vern » Mon Oct 31, 2005 10:37 am

Doe Namibia's Skeleton Coast count? Sea + Desert = Beach?? Remarkable place irregardless. Otherwise:
Crane (Barbados)
Gwenvor (England)
Byron Bay (Oz)
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Postby tlb747 » Thu Nov 03, 2005 5:42 pm

I do not know, but the beaches in Palma de Malorca, Spain are nice.
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Postby MJD » Fri Nov 18, 2005 1:28 pm

In the Caymans for the first time since Ivan hit. Mrs. MJD and I went for our usual drive around the island to get the average cost per mile for the rental under about 30 USAnian. Gas is about 6 USAnian a gallon by the way. Friend of ours owned a condo worth about 650k USAnian down here. Went looking for it. Not only couldn't find the condo but couldn't find the 30 unit complex it was in or any sign at all that it ever existed. Parts of the south shore look like a nuclear bomb hit it. Very sad.
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Postby twittering debutante » Fri Nov 18, 2005 4:01 pm

I was hitching once and found a nice beach in the late afternoon at Lake Powell, just north of Wahweap, virtually smack dab on the AZ-UT border.

There was some rip-rap I had to climb down to get to the beach. Once I was there, though, I knew it would be a great spot to camp the night.

I wasn't there very long, however, until a family from France climbed down and invaded my secluded spot.

Mom, dad, their 20-year-old daughter, and 17 year-old son.

Before I even knew what was happening, all four had stripped naked. A bottle of wine was produced, and I was invited to join in.

It was amazing how freely my new friends promenaded around in the buff. The daughter was unbelievable, and mom, a flight attendant for Air France, was quite a feast for the eyes as well. Dad sort of looked like Aristotle Onassis.

I'd like to go on and tell the rest of the story, but I realize this is a family forum.
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Postby SQUACKEE » Fri Nov 18, 2005 4:41 pm

twittering debutante wrote:I was hitching once and found a nice beach in the late afternoon at Lake Powell, just north of Wahweap, virtually smack dab on the AZ-UT border.

There was some rip-rap I had to climb down to get to the beach. Once I was there, though, I knew it would be a great spot to camp the night.

I wasn't there very long, however, until a family from France climbed down and invaded my secluded spot.

Mom, dad, their 20-year-old daughter, and 17 year-old son.

Before I even knew what was happening, all four had stripped naked. A bottle of wine was produced, and I was invited to join in.

It was amazing how freely my new friends promenaded around in the buff. The daughter was unbelievable, and mom, a flight attendant for Air France, was quite a feast for the eyes as well. Dad sort of looked like Aristotle Onassis.

I'd like to go on and tell the rest of the story, but I realize this is a family forum.


yo t.d. p.m. me on this. im doin a graduate paper....ok, ok you can see right thru me. god i hate you. look, just send me details please. im a very loney man. i love you man.
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Postby Thrower » Fri Nov 18, 2005 5:15 pm

Cane Garden Bay.......north side of Tortola, BVI's
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Postby MJD » Sat Nov 19, 2005 8:37 am

SQUACKEE wrote:yo t.d. p.m. me on this. im doin a graduate paper....ok, ok you can see right thru me. god i hate you. look, just send me details please. im a very loney man. i love you man.


Someone has been reading Night Fall.
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