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    Re: moving to sb for a few years?

    Everything is negotiable! Schools only go up to eighth grade- no hospital- but a medical facility with limited resources.
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    Re: St Barth Biodiversity Brochure

    Thank you for pointing this out to us. Even though the island is small there is a lot to see if you look around with patience.
  3. Re: Build Affordable Housing, Vanquish Socialism

    Ahree with both of you- affordable housing the priority.
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    RIP Cokie!

    A brave pioneer in the challenging business of political news reporting!
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    Re: moving to sb for a few years?

    I suggest you contact the French Consulate in New York City and understand the legalities Kevin is referring to, assuming you are an American citizen.
    212-606-3601 or visa@consulfrance-newyork.org....
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    Re: HAPPY BIRTHDAY, DENNIS, aka CEC1

    Happy Birthday Dennis! Thank you for all you share on the Forum!
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    Re: Prayers for Rod Stewart!

    Thank you for the good news Andy!
  8. If it’s named- Imelda could be a problem!

    Headed for the Leewards maybe.
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    Prayers for Rod Stewart!

    We hope he pulls through his battle with cancer!
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    R.I.P. Ric Ocasek

    We have loved the Cars!
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    Re: Pleasures

    We prefer just the two of us! No guests!
  12. Nothing Ventured by Jeffrey Archer

    The style reminds me a little of Stuart Woods. Very light quick read. Nothing memorable but fun. A new protagonist is introduced and Archer in his introduction says he is already working on the next...
  13. Re: All in Fun Hurricane Prep Recommendation by AMC

    We use duck fat for our Coq Au Vin. The lentils look delicious.
  14. Re: What's open/happening week of October 14

    The world is your oyster while you are there. Enjoy!
  15. Re: How to get to Saint-Barth from Grand Cayman?

    We like Pappagallo also. Make sure you reserve an outside table. We love Joeys Rum Point at the other end of the island in the Cayman Kai area. We know the Ritz there. It is very nice but if you had...
  16. The Dan Lenson series by David Poyer

    I like historical military fiction. This is a group so far of 19 books. They take place all over the world. The novels are long but are quick reads. There is treachery, romance, battles, and good...
  17. This Tender Land- William Kent Krueger

    If you enjoy Greg Iles and Jeffrey Archer you will like this story of orphan children escaping their awful home and paddling down a long series of rivers. They meet all kinds of unusual people and...
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    Re: Menu- 9/10

    The Beef Wok at QG sounds wonderful!
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    Re: kitesurfing lessons

    We were there at Barthelemy and saw kite surfers out but are unsure about whether or not lessons are available. I suggest you contact Sereno or Le Barthelemy or maybe ask the Premium IV people.
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    Re: Le Select 70th music schedule

    Eddy- Did you arrange all of this? It is, we know, a labor of love.
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    Re: Real Estate happenings

    Wonder why you had trouble posting? I can see other prices but they are darkened. A number of them are “Upon Request.”
  22. Bagatelle now has a rooftop spot in Meatpacking District in NYC

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    Re: 68 days and counting...

    We are counting as well!
  24. Possibility of problem if storm becomes Tropical Storm Humberto

    Heading toward the Leeward islands
  25. Re: French Troops to the Bahamas for Dorian Relief

    They became a member in 1973 and OAS in 1956.
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    Re: Construction

    Beautiful sunsets!
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    Re: Dogs on Lorient

    We have been owned by Boykins for many years! First one from South Carolina and second from Arkansas. Our first lived 25 years. Our second is about 5. Sammy and Deia.
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    Re: AA Schedule Changes

    We book our IND- SJU flights with AA as earlier as we are able. We have had changes made without notification as well. Aren’t they suppose to ask you if you accept the changes?
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    Re: September thoughts

    We celebrate September in northern Michigan. The hustle and bustle has moved on; the leaves are changing colors, the Northern Lights peek, the dark skies are full of stars, the breezes, sunlight,...
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    Re: Small thoughts about dining tonight

    We can hear the clap clap and feel the love in the air with your words! Thank you!
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    Bosch on Amazon Prime

    If you like to read about Hieronymus, you will enjoy the tv version/ now in its 5th season. We are towards the end of the first.
  32. Re: Hurricane Florence Wind Speed Probabilities Number 60

    Should these 61 plus posts be deleted now?
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    Re: L’Esprit is Open in September

    Simon is a ‘hoot’! Always smiling and happy. He is part of Ouanalao for us.
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    Re: Construction

    We have talked to the construction people just to meet them. They have deadlines and don’t believe anything can be done about what is done when.
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    Re: Tom Clancy’s Ryan on Netflix

    Correction- not Netflix- it’s on Amazon Prime! Sorry about that!
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