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Doug Oudin is a former harbormaster on Catalina Island (See Wood, in his memoir, 'Between Two Harbors'). 'Five Weeks to Jamaica' is his seafaring novel
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doug oudin 7h
All is good, when the ocean is part of your life.
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doug oudin 7h
Some places we live and work are special, few are magical; is one of the magical places.
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doug oudin 7h
Isthmus Cove, Island. On the end of the pier is the little building that was my office for 32 years. One lucky man!
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doug oudin 8h
Miss those years when I was on the Island looking your way! Author Doug Oudin, 'Between Two Harbors, Reflections of a Island Harbormaster'.
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doug oudin 11h
'Between Two Harbors, Reflections of a Catalina Island Harbormaster'. Amazon Books, kindle or print.
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doug oudin 11h
When going to work is a pleasure. Island.
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doug oudin 11h
Must be 'just before dawn'!
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doug oudin Feb 20
Totally a good thing to do! My CPR training helped save the life of a volleyball player that went into full cardiac arrest one night a while back. healthy.😍
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doug oudin Feb 19
I can't conceive why I now grieve the loss of joyous youth but I perceive I might believe while living life forsooth as I perceive what helps me leave my carefree days, uncouth to weave those lies that do deceive and I forsake the truth.
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doug oudin Feb 19
Like the branches of a tree, we reach out for the sun our roots dig deep for nourishment, an endless quest begun and like the acorn from the oak, our limbs do bear the fruit that helps perpetuate our life, and keep us resolute.
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doug oudin Feb 19
Pondering the shade of a swaying palm sure does beat a footprint in the snow.
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doug oudin Feb 19
Whether you have taken the journey, or not, a 'like' or a 'share' would be a very nice click, on a snowy winter morning.
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doug oudin Feb 19
A distant squall is not enough to call a soaring seagull's bluff; Take to the air when life gets rough.
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doug oudin Feb 19
Mmmm, I'm thinking 'flat' is a relative term.
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doug oudin Feb 19
Here's a look that speaks volumes about a woman's feelings.
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doug oudin Feb 17
There are also times when you don't even need to wake up to see this place.
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doug oudin Feb 17
If in doubt, go stand in front of a mirror. The image you see is looking back at you because you believe.
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doug oudin Feb 16
Replying to @DougOudin
author Doug Oudin in Feb. 19 edition of People Magazine.
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doug oudin Feb 16
Kinda cool! Feb. 19 edition of People Magazine makes mention of my involvement in the tragic death of actress Natalie Wood, this after reading my account of that night in my book, 'Between Two Harbors, Reflections of a Catalina Island Harbormaster'. Amazon e-book or print.
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doug oudin Feb 16
There is no better place for escape than an island! Island was, and is, one of those special places!
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