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Not many mates in south FLA yet I have send a few comms to close buds.
Hello Frederick, now we're in Miami picking up 50 cases of recycled tools. We're hoping to find a doctor here who could do pro-bono typhoid and Hep-A injections for my crew but that doesn't look like it's happening - oh well, they are volunteer crew who must pick up these expenses...
Off to Fort Lauderdale again to take an executive of Fortress Anchors to dinner, then off to Haiti.
Cheers, Captain Ray
Go Ray Go ......digging out from snow in PHL.....wish the best for the team.
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