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Bellying Up

Hopefully, Carolyn Shearlock’s provisioning tips this month (p. 45) will help those of you who, like me, are useless at stocking their boats for a cruise of any duration. Bacon, eggs, cheese, a couple of steaks, a handful of onions and a loaf or two of bread, and I’m good to go.

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