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singlefin
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After guiding the QE IV smoothly in the Gallows Bay dock Wednesday evening, Chief Captain Michael Harper smiled and said, “We got all our parts, got everything back together, all is good.

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Exit Zero
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Back in service 4/26

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Alana33
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Until the next rock.

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stxsailor
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Gallows Bay is a mess when the ferry departs. To add to the horrible roads, people just stop in the middle of the road to unload or fill up the parking lots at Gallows Bay Marine and block the driveways to unload. I had to jump the curb in my Jeep to get out of the lot because people parked in the middle of the lot and got out of their cars.

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caribstx
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Gallows Bay is a mess when the ferry departs. To add to the horrible roads, people just stop in the middle of the road to unload or fill up the parking lots at Gallows Bay Marine and block the driveways to unload. I had to jump the curb in my Jeep to get out of the lot because people parked in the middle of the lot and got out of their cars.

Its a stretch to call that a "road" over by No Bones and the The Gallows Bay port.

Its more like a creek bed.

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