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  1. Brad A saying that seamen use is that they are not afraid of the sea; they are afraid of the land. 100 feet cliffs, rocks, sand banks, hard sandy beach, with a following sea with large waves will utterly destroy a yacht. The only places that are safe are sheltered bays/harbours. At this point Trevor must be very insecure, not knowing where he is and what the seas around Florida and The Bahamas, with their high waves and coral reefs are like. Trevor believes he is looking for a gap of 50 miles in a coast 900 miles long, and the hope that he does not run into the unknow land
  2. Apologise quokka, for the confusion. From my notes at the time <<""Basingstoke turned north, to land at Perth’s Jandakot airport; Perth’s large general aviation airfield, ten miles south of Perth’s city center and the same distance southwest of Perth International Airport."" Perth Centre (bridge) [-- south 9.9 miles---> Jandakot Airport <--- south south west 11.5miles--] Perth Airport>> Since Jandakot Airfield is one mile long and Perth Airport (Domestic and International ) is Two Miles across, when I was checking, I did not feel the approximation was incorrect
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    oops we got it wrong. This is the story from the Independent News Paper.https://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/the-essay-the-fantome-menace-1123862.html Which is more reliable than Wiki, but not always correct. We knew about it in October 2012 but it slipped thru. 😥 😧.
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    “I’ve only heard rage sea here, so off to ask my friend Google what exactly that means.” Normally the expression used would be raging sea or angry sea. It means different things to different people. To me, it means crawling along the deck (to avoid being knocked off one’s feet), in the dark (even though it is midday), feeling if one is on a roller coaster, having a constant stream of stinging spray hit your face, and every minute being knocked by a heavy dodge ball. In summary, a sea that you should not be out in. I was surprised when C. James used it, as I had come
  5. https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DLL98S4U8AI4pQY.jpg
  6. Tomorrow, is Pi Day, Here are two Pi questions to get you going. One is easy, the other difficult, {what is the pi link) https://www.theguardian.com/science/2017/mar/13/can-you-solve-it-pi-day-puzzles-that-will-leave-you-pie-eyed
  7. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-australia-37819712
  8. "The First Time I Saw Your Face" as performed by Peggy Seeger was written by her lover Ewen MacColl (James Henry Miller) for her. Years latter Ewen MacColl said that it was addressed to Peggy Seeger as a love song to her as she was in the USA and he was in the United Kingdom. Although written for Her to perform, I always hear Ewen when I listen to Peggy Seeger, as it was deliberately written for either or both to sing, although I have never heared Ewen sing it, and although it is listed on records as Ewen performing, it is always Peggy.
  9. At Uni, I used to sneak off and dance to this One all nighter and two days solid to recover
  10. http://satwcomic.com/christmas-kitten
  11. The Royal Free Hospital is a London Hospital, which was located in Gray's Inn Road just outside the city. It is now located in the north of london in newish buldings a stone throw away from Hampstead Heath It was one of the great medical schools of London. It does still teach but so do all the others.
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