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What do you do in the summer months?  Rate Topic 
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 Posted: Sun Jul 31st, 2016 08:52 pm
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KiminAK
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From what I am seeing, it's hot and uncomfortably humid. Is sailing out and swimming/snorkeling enough to keep cool? or do you go somewhere else? I read that one family put their cruiser on the hard and went to the mountains.

How do you handle the heat & humidity?

Kim

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Grin and bear it----------and Dos Equis.

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Go diving during the day and drink beer at night.

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That is my plan so far...I just wondered if that was realistic. 

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This where that GREAT Mexican invention, the "Michelada" comes in!! Order one at your favorite watering hole; I prefer mine with TKT Roja!! All of a sudden summer in SC becomes bearable and in fact, enjoyable!!

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I had to google Michelada, sounds delicious!! I'm planning on moving full time to San Carlos in the early part of next year and I'd like to hear as much about living there as any of you are willing to share. 
I'm retiring and my plan is to live onboard. 
Thanks!!

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