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Old March 8th, 2008, 02:25 PM
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This is dedicated to my friend Mehawk who, after me being a member here for nearly a year, today he noticed my signature for the first time .

And as usual, the Captain NEVER lies and has a pic to prove his case, I gues you all know by now that I have a pic of everything.

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Capt. you are CRAZY!!!!!!!!

Papa, that was a funny response. Thanks for the laugh.

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I was actually thinking of all the warplanes lost during the World Wars during the battles at sea but this is a good one also.
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kinda gives new meaning to the word "seaplane"


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You know what the pilot will say!

I missed the runway, by just this much!!!!!!

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That was cute..........NOT! I am going on a plane.....................with a Captain who hopefully doesnt miss it by an inch!
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You all know the saying..."Give an inch, take a mile."
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That was cute..........NOT! I am going on a plane.....................with a Captain who hopefully doesnt miss it by an inch!

oh, I wouldn't worry about that Delfthuis, those type of incidents only happen once every 200,000 flights and yours is flight 199,999, so you'll be just fine!

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I can't see the pic.......

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This one almost made it into the sea on our little island off the beac here.



SHELL KEY -- The FAA is investigating the emergency landing of a small plane on west side of Shell Key Island Sunday afternoon. The pilot, 36-year-old Gregory Hedge of St. Petersburg told deputies after he took off from Albert Whitted Airport, there were problems with the fuel gauge when his engine began to sputter and then failed.

Hedge and his passenger Beck Saunders then headed towards Shell Key, where he was able to make a emergency landing on the west side of the beach at 4:30pm. The single engine plane hit the beach nose fire before coming to a stop, officials reported.

The small plane only had minor damage and neither man was hurt.

The FAA continues to investigate.

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While we are at it, this little pirate ship attempted to cruise from ST Pete to the Virgin Isalnds and now lies in 7,000 feet of water. This mock ship day cruiser not really meant for the high seas.



ST. PETERSBURG - For almost two years, the mock pirate ship for tourists, with its dangling skeletons and decorative sails, was tied up snug and secure at St. Petersburg's Pier.

Last month, the Treasure Seeker finally got its chance to ply the high seas. Ray Hixon, and his son, Tripp, voyaged south to the Virgin Islands where they hoped to continue their pirate adventures with tourists from the visiting cruise ships.

But just south of the Turks and Caicos Islands, it became clear there would be no more "Yo ho ho" aboard the Treasure Seeker.

The 55-year-old ship sank in 7,000 feet of water.

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It was dark on the Caribbean the night of Feb. 26, so dark that Capt. Tripp Hixon could barely make out his hand in front of his face on the deck of the Treasure Seeker. But he could feel the waves building rapidly as a fierce wind seemed to come out of nowhere.

Before long, the 65-foot Treasure Seeker was struggling against 22-foot waves, rolling port to starboard at 70-degree angles, wave after wave.

So violent was the movement, Hixon said, the rudder poked out of the water and he could hear the air being sucked beneath the boat.

"They were big, slow rolling monsters, not that fast, but consistent."

Five people were on board the 65-foot diesel-powered vessel, including Tripp Hixon, his 60-year-old father and owner of the boat, Ray Hixon, Tripp's grandfather, 80-year-old Webster Knight, and two other men.

They were headed to the Virgin Islands for a fresh start. Ray Hixon spent 30 years as a traveling furniture salesman before he retired and bought the pirate replica in South Carolina several years ago.

Tripp Hixon, who had just graduated from the University of North Florida, joined his dad in the business.

"All of my friends at the fraternity said, 'Oh, we're going to be doctors and lawyers,' and I was like, oh, I'm going to be a pirate," said Tripp Hixon, now 26.

They leased dock space from the city at the Pier for $900 a month, and began offering 90-minute cruises around Tampa Bay, hoping to fill up the ship for weddings, birthdays, family reunions and the like.

In February, they gave the Pier notice that they would be leaving, repainted the boat so that it was red and black instead of red and canary yellow, and set sail for the Virgin Islands and its bounty of tourists. Ray Hixon left behind some financial difficulties, including a mortgage foreclosure. His wife, Betsy, a schoolteacher, was planning to follow soon.

They were about a day and a half from St. Thomas, their destination, when they were pounded by rough seas.

The next morning the sun rose about 6 a.m., and Tripp Hixon began to relax a little. He could see the seas calming down.

Suddenly there was another problem. The engine room filled with thick smoke. Water was coming in through the exhaust and flooding the engine room.

The boat has a bilge pump, but it wasn't keeping up with the incoming water. Tripp and his dad got two additional pumps running, each capable of moving 2,200 gallons an hour. The water kept rising. Tripp Hixon ran up to the cabin and woke everyone up, then back below again. The water was 4 feet deep.

"We were like, let's get out of here, let's go," Tripp recalled.

He got on the radio and called mayday. He also activated his Emergency Position Indicating Radio Beacon EPIRB, a device that emits a distress signal and a GPS location. By this time, the boat was just south of the Turks and Caicos Islands and east of Great Inagua, Bahamas.

A sailing vessel from the Turks and Caicos, the 104-foot schooner Juliet, heard the mayday. The Juliet was about 13 miles away and crammed with tourists headed out on a dive trip, but they began a 31/2-hourjourney to reach the Treasure Seeker, according to the Juliet's owner, John Beltramo, 39.

All five people on board the pirate ship got into a dinghy they tied up to the pirate boat and waited in their life jackets."That's the biggest mistake people make," Tripp Hixon said. "You can't leave the boat or no one will find you."

As they sat in the dinghy, there wasn't much talk. They watched their dreams sink slowly into the waves.

"We watched that boat go down, foot by foot," Tripp Hixon said.

When the Juliet arrived, the tourists who were diverted from their dive trip began snapping photos of the sinking pirate ship and the five men, four of them over 60, grimy, salty and stunned.

A Coast Guard helicopter arrived and asked the Hixons if they wanted to try to save the boat. But there was no hope for the Treasure Seeker.

"It went down, bow first, swoosh," Tripp Hixon recalled.

The five shipwrecked men were dropped off in the Turks and Caicos Islands, where they boarded a plane, still in their life jackets, and returned to Miami.

"It was a family decision to go and live in paradise," Tripp Hixon said. "We decided to go and this is what happened."

The Hixons wouldn't say how much they lost at the bottom of the sea.

Despite financial difficulties in the court record, including the mortgage foreclosure on a waterfront house they paid $812,000 for in 2006, the Hixons have a line on another pirate ship.

"It's a piratey-looking boat," Tripp Hixon said. "We're trying to buy it and start from ground zero."

They hope to fix it up and head to the Virgin Islands again.

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Years ago St. Bart's was a port on the old sailing ship Polynesia. I spent about an hour watching light planes land on the airstrip there. First they had to crest a hill 150 ft. or so in height then drop immediately onto a runway that couldn't have been more than 900 ft in length. Without a doubt one of the hairiest spots to land a light plane around. Not for the feint of heart!
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I hope they had insurance.
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The Polynesia - Windjammer.

Now more appropriately referred to as the AMnesia. Boy, did that company ever turn out to be a mess.
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By the way, Michael (Mehawk)...

You wrote a note pointing out that Canadians and Mexicans are also technically "Americans"

As I so often have to write the phrase, I started think about the derivation of the term "American" as that is what we are known as all over the world.

I realized that if you consider a short name for a citizen of the "United States of America" then it makes perfect sense. It makes even more sense than writing out the longer U.S. Citizens as I used to do. Because on it's own, to say "a citizen of the United States" is less descriptive because many nations are comprised of united states, including the Germany, Benelux, Spain, Yugoslavia . . .

The queston is "United States of what?" In our case, it is America, so just saying we are "Americans" to shorten the phrase "citizen of the United States of America" makes plenty of sense.

Everyone knows what you mean anyway, especially foreigners. No one ever said "Hey, you can't refer to Gorbachev as a Russian, he is Ukrainian" he was technically a Soviet citizen, (USSR) not a Russian, but we all knew what it meant, even though it makes even less sense than referring to ourselves as Americans.
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No Paul, technically Mexicans and Canadians -- are Mexicans and Canadians, technically ONLY citizens of the United States of America are Americans. Only the terminally politically correct could possibly think otherwise. I don't think there is really any confusion about it at all. Nor has there ever been. Why would you even bring it up?
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No Paul, technically Mexicans and Canadians -- are Mexicans and Canadians, technically ONLY citizens of the United States of America are Americans. Only the terminally politically correct could possibly think otherwise. I don't think there is really any confusion about it at all. Nor has there ever been. Why would you even bring it up?
One of our encounters with a customs agent may have taken exception to this. While holding my DH's birth certificate and driver's license, he asked him where he was from. My husband replied "America." He told him, very rudely, that there was not such country as America! I have never encountered any other agents who were so rude! As angry as it made my husband, and he is now careful to reply "U.S.A."
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Paul, I still like your arguement of the term. I also pointed out that there are South Americans and Central Americans. So many different types
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Cap'n Bubba....can't see the pic!!!!!

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You can't see it because the gallery that contained the image no longer exsist's.
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Brewed by Molson - Coors which now owns the world's largest berewery here in Golden Colorado Calgary oil tycoons already own most of downtown Denver. I'm thinking about applying for Canadian citizenship
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"Remember, there are mores planes in the sea than ships in the sky."

I guess that would depend on how much libations you have had?

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