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waterbro

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Hello All,
I became seasoned on deeperblue the other day, nice.
Stuck on land..the beach is closed, counting the hours
until back in the sea..
Best wishes,
waterbro
 
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BatRay

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Welcome to Deeperblue, waterbro. Hang in there.
 

Leander

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Hey see it from the sunny side. When all this is over, there will be plenty of fish again! (for a couple of days at least...)
 

waterbro

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Yep, that works. I saw somewhere on the Web that the the filthy
canals of Naples, the water is cleared up and the fish are visible,
for the first time..
 
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