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    Re: Relative plotting vs Geographical plotting
    From: John Germain
    Date: 2002 Jan 16, 7:45 PM

    Anyone might supect an RNLI thread...
    
    
    > ** Original Subject: Re: Relative plotting vs Geographical plotting
    > ** Original Sender: Brian Whatcott 
    > ** Original Date: Sun, 13 Jan 2002 15:19:52 GMT
    
    > ** Original Message follows...
    
    >
    > At 07:44 PM 1/12/02, you wrote:
    > >...
    > >I don't understand the zeal to restrict the scope of
    > >this discussion group to the navigation of sailing vessels.
    > .....
    > >Herbert Prinz
    >
    > Well, as a finale to this evening's nautical entertainment
    > and in the spirit of broadening the scope of this list as
    >   Herbert suggested above, here is a pome I wrote
    >   today:
    >
    > The Seafarer's Tale
    >
    > There is a cold wind blows tonight
    >   a hint of snow in the pale Moonlight
    > A glittering frost upon the ground
    > A brilliance on the shimmering sound.
    >
    > The moaning wind bangs on the gate
    > The fire is roaring in the grate
    > Beyond the cliff the boat rides anchored in the roads
    > Bare poles and rigging tapping in the blow
    > It's time to put on gear and go.
    >
    > (c) BW 0102
    >
    >
    >
    >
    > Brian Whatcott
    >    Altus OK                      Eureka!
    
    >** --------- End Original Message ----------- **
    
    >
    
    John Germain
    Jersey
    British Channel Islands
    49�11'30"N
    02�06'12"W
    WGS84
    

       
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