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« Reply #45 on: March 16, 2011, 11:33:01 AM »

Thank you all,

I feel vindicated by your responses.  And also that I am with "family" though it be roudy and discordent to some small degree.  Butr, family none the less.


No worries with me.  I am not comfortable there....then or now.  I used to go down for cheap and good lobster long ago but that was in groups.  I feel deprived that the place is so dangerous(to me) and I can't enjoy it as the rich and thoroughly enjoyable culture that it certainly is.  I feel vulnerable and exposed when I am down there jkust like you suggested you do and I sympathize with you.  No worries.

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