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Drinking Days at Sea Level – Mathew is Over The Bahamas…

  The good news about being sober is that you experience everything – the good and the grisly – with a clear head. The bad news about being sober is that you experience everything – the fab and the forlorn –  with a clear head. My Bahamian boat captain used to call the rare, nasty […] The post Drinking Days at Sea Level – Mathew is Over The Bahamas… appeared first on Waking Up The Ghost.
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