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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 Dec 15
If happiness is a state of mind and it is said that love is blind, why do we feel sadly resigned when love and mind are misaligned?
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doug oudin Dec 14
Our leaders seem to be deceiving it's very hard to keep believing even though the truth keeps leaving proof of all the lies they're weaving.
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doug oudin Dec 11
It's a good habit to leave a review each time you read a book, regardless of the genre, and the notoriety of the author. Wilbur Smith doesn't need reviews, but he just got another from me!
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doug oudin Dec 11
I'm happy with what I have; a wonderful wife, two great sons, good health, a comfortable home, and enough sense to make every day a good one.
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doug oudin Dec 8
This path is even better than that!!
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doug oudin Dec 8
At the intersection of Right and Wrong, why do so many take a left turn?
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doug oudin Dec 7
A good book is a good Christmas gift. A gift that keeps on giving, each time you pass it along. Support your favorite author, or discover a new one.
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doug oudin Dec 1
Nice to see Tiger Woods back on the golf course and playing well.
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doug oudin Nov 29
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doug oudin Nov 29
It certainly helped the sales of my memoir.
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doug oudin Nov 29
Thanks for the follow, Zoe. Author Doug Oudin.
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doug oudin Nov 29
Mmmm, my brain as a fertilizer makes me think that some of my ideas might just be a bit crappy.
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doug oudin Nov 29
Actually, we like you for much, much more than these two things; without you, we would be more lost than you might think.
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doug oudin Nov 29
The road less traveled.
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doug oudin Nov 29
And perhaps this is the reason so many jump on!
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doug oudin Nov 29
This makes me remember my mother.
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doug oudin Nov 29
We get from the ocean what we see in her reflections. We thank her for her beauty and her generosity.
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doug oudin Nov 29
When the sea curls into shape, the ride thrills to the core. An image of the sea in motion carries me to places I've been, and want to be.
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doug oudin Nov 29
I'm thinking there is no wrong way to spell smyle. 😉
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doug oudin Nov 29
Thanks for following. We all can use a bit of !
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