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EASY HOLIDAY QUICK BREAD

s the holiday season approaches, it brings back fond memories of life aboard our gaff-rigged ketch, . She was a 63-foot Colvin design, built like a steel battleship. At the time, we were anchored off Red Hook in St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands.

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