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Sad Day

Regrettably, we had no further use for Sara. She was bought for a purpose and she accomplished it with flying colours, never having put a wheel wrong. She took us, our luggage and equipment 2,400 miles, and from sea level to 8,000ft altitude, without faltering or complaining. So it was with great sadness that Stuart put up the “For Sale” signs and could have sold her four times over. After exactly 10 weeks with us she was handed over on Friday, 2nd August – the very day her petrol cap and key arrived from the kind manager of Aire du Canaver. He’d boxed it up well and posted it over. Thank you, M. Thomas Touzin.

“Farewell, Sara, and we thank you.”

“She sure was a good ship.”

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