SECTION B - News-y & Cruise-y Items

 

 

BOAT SHOWS COMING UP

Here's an early list of some shows scheduled here in our Fair State, by dates ...

Martin County Nautical Flea Market

 

 

Palm Beach Marine Flea Market and Boat Sale

February 11-12, 2017

9am to 5pm

Marine Bargains Galore -- Fishing -- Boating -- Boat Sales -- Public Boat Auction -- Marine and Wildlife Art -- Boat Show

South Florida Fairgrounds
9067 Southern Blvd 
West Palm Beach, FL 33411

Don’t miss the Palm Beach Marine Flea Market and Boat Sale February 11 – 12, 2017 from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday at the South Florida Fairgrounds 9067 Southern Blvd, West Palm Beach, Florida 33411 http://www.FLNauticalFleaMarket.com 

Bargain hunters looking for deals can visit over two hundred booths as vendor’s exhibit and sell their nautical and marine related merchandise and services during the two day festival. The nautical flea market will have antique collectibles and maps, marine artifacts, rods, reels, lures and lines, boating apparel, taxidermy, diving equipment, and much more.

One of the highlights to the festival is the Boat Showcase Area, new and used boats on display and for sale.

Palm Beach Marine Flea Market and Boat Sale is proud to be a feature event on Festivals Insider.com

Visit the Palm Beach Marine Flea Market website http://www.FLNauticalFleaMarket.com  for more information, discount tickets, vendor applications, special hotel rates and specific driving directions. Contact Under the Sun Promotions, Inc. at 954-205-7813, FAX: 561-395-5389.

For Vendor/Exhibitor Application CLICK HERE

 

 

MIAMI INTERNATIONAL BOAT SHOW 

February 16-20 

Visit www.miamiboatshow.com

Locations include MIAMI MARINE STADIUM PARK & BASIN on Virginia Key & Strictly Sail Miami at MIAMARINA at BAYSIDE, downtown on Biscayne Boulevard.

 

 

 

Indian River Nautical Flea Market and Seafood Festival

 

 

Jupiter Lighthouse and Museum

January/February Calendar of Programs & Events

 

Lighthouse Sunset Tour

Jan. 4, 11, 18, 25
Feb 1, 8, 15, 22

Take in the spectacular sunset views and witness the Jupiter Light turning on to illuminate the night sky.  Visitors get an inside look at the nuts & bolts of a working lighthouse watchroom.  Tour time approximately 75 minutes, $15 Members, $20 Non-Members, RSVP required, 561-747-8380 X101.  Tours are weather permitting, call for tour time.  Children must be at least 48” tall to climb the tower.  www.jupiterlighthouse.org   Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and Museum, 500 Captain Armour’s Way, Jupiter, FL 33469

 

Lighthouse Moonrise Tour   

Jan 12, Feb 10
Time varies by sunset

A howling good time and spectacular evening view of a full moon from the top of the tower! Tour time approximately 75 minutes, $15 Members, $20 Non-Members, RSVP required, 561-747-8380 x101. Tours are weather permitting, call for tour time. Children must be accompanied by an adult and be at least 48” tall to climb. You can purchase tickets online for this program.. www.jupiterlighthouse.org  

 

Hike Through History 

Jan 7, 8:30-am-10:30am

Discover the topography and natural history of Jupiter’s National Conservation Lands historic site. This 2 mile trek passes through historic points of interest on the 120-acre Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse Outstanding Natural Area.  The hike departs from the flag pole at the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and Museum and is weather dependent.  Program is open to adults and children-minimum age 5, ages 13 & under must be accompanied by an adult that is at least 18 years old.  Hiker’s footwear, active wear, a hat, and a full water bottle or canteen should be carried.  Admission is free but space is limited-RSVP required 561-747-8380 X101. 

 

Twilight Yoga at the Light  

Jan 2, 9, 16, 23, 30
Feb 6, 13, 20, 27
6-7pm

Experience the serenity of Yoga with Mary Veal, Kula Yoga Shala, on the Lighthouse Deck at Sunset! Every Monday (time will vary monthly based on sunset.)  This is an all levels class and beginners are welcomed and encouraged! Offered by donation. Bring a yoga mat and a flashlight. Meet at the Museum 10 minutes prior to start time, class is weather dependent-please check website for updates and future start times.                                

 

Lighthouse Book Club  

Jan 4,
Feb 1
6-7 pm 

Join Museum Staff in book discussions on all things Florida! Discover the surprisingly rich heritage of our State in both fiction and non-fiction. The Lighthouse Coffee & Book Club meets the first Wednesday of every month in the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and Museum Café.   Donation suggested.  Check our web calendar for Book reading schedule. Please RSVP to 561-747-8380 X101.

 

SeaFest for Kids

February 25, 2017
 

Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and Museum 

Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and Museum offers climbing tours of the landmark 1860 lighthouse. The waterfront Museum in the restored WWII building exhibits Five Thousand Years on the Loxahatchee, which explores Native American, Seminole, Florida Maritime, Lighthouse, Pioneer and WWII Secret “Station J” history. Showcasing the amazing past of the Loxahatchee River region, the heritage site also features the Tindall Pioneer Homestead, Pennock Plantation Bell and Lighthouse Keepers Workshop.

Also available are the museum gift shop, educational programs for children and adults, sunset tours, moonrise tours, weddings & proposals, and special events.

The Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is part of the 120-acre federally designated, Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse Outstanding Natural Area. Hiking trail and observation tower located on the north side of Beach Road.

Open Tues-Sun (Open 7 days Jan-Apr,) 10 am-5 pm, last lighthouse tour leaves at 4 pm.

Closed on some major holidays. Children must be at least 48” tall to climb tower.

Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and Museum

500 Captain Armour’s Way

Jupiter, FL 33469

561-747-8380 x 101

www.jupiterlighthouse.org 

Kathleen Glover, Assistant Director
Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and Museum
Loxahatchee River Historical Society
500 Captain Armour's Way
Jupiter, FL 33469
glover@jupiterlighthouse.org     

Ph: 561.747.8380  ext. 105 

 

 

FLORIDA MASTER NATURALIST PROGRAM: UPLAND SYSTEMS MODULE 

St. Johns County Parks and Recreation and the Duval County IFAS Extension have partnered to offer you the Florida Master Naturalist Program’s Upland Systems Module. The classes will be offered February 13th, 15th, 22nd, 27th, March 1st and 8th from 9am-4pm at The Players Community Senior Center, 175 Landrum Lane, Ponte Vedra, FL, 32082. This program is for adults of all knowledge levels and affords them the opportunity to learn more about Florida’s uplands environment. The class is comprised of classroom presentations, videos, field trips, and practical interpretation. The course is taught by certified instructors AyoLane Halusky and Carol Wyninger. To get additional information regarding cost, content, and scheduling or to register for the class please visit the Florida Master Naturalist Program website at: http://www.masternaturalist.ifas.ufl.edu/ . For further questions contact AyoLane Halusky at 904-209-0348 or ahalusky@sjcfl.us .

Hope you have a beautiful day and take the time to get outside and explore!

Kelly Ussia

 

NORTHEAST FLORIDA 

Received in December from Kelly Ussia
I hope that you are all having a great holiday season. First, a huge thank you to all of those that took the time to fill out our survey, your feedback has been incredibly positive and insightful. We look forward to making 2017 the biggest and best year of programming yet and I’m excited to announce our first programming for the 2017 year, details can be found below. 

 

FITNESS IN THE PARK: JANUARY 19TH- APRIL 13TH

St. Johns County Parks and Recreation is excited to announce that we have partnered with the University of St. Augustine to bring you new and exciting programming. Adults 60 and older, join us for Fitness in the Park. All ability levels are welcome. Occupational therapists and students from the University of St. Augustine will provide fitness testing, create individualized fitness plans for each participant, and work with you to achieve your wellness goals. Whether you are trying to step-up your exercise routine, find a fun new way of getting some physical activity, or looking to start a fitness program for the first time, we can help you. Therapists and students will address your unique health concerns by training, supervising, and modifying exercise programs, providing education, and supporting you as you work towards your goals. This FREE 12-week class will run on Thursday afternoons, January 19th- April 13th (off March 2nd), from 1-3 PM at Canopy Shores Park. To register or for additional information, please contact Kelly Ussia at 904.209.0335 or kussia@sjcfl.us . When registering please include a name, phone number, and e-mail address.

 

RIVER BLESSING: JANUARY 28TH  

The Stetson Kennedy Foundation and St. Johns County Parks and Recreation Department invite you to participate in a River Blessing at Alpine Groves Park, 2060 State Road 13, St. Johns, FL 32259 on Saturday January 28th from 9:00 -11:00 a.m. The River Blessing is a spiritual, but non-religious event that is inspired by Native American teachings. The event will be a gathering to give thanks to the river and show our appreciation for its existence. The Matanzas River and St. Johns River Keepers will speak about the river and offer inspirational words. For more information please contact AyoLane Halusky at 904-209-0348 or ahalusky@sjcfl.us.

 

BELUTHAHATCHEE PARK TOURS: JANUARY 28TH 

The Stetson Kennedy Foundation will be hosting FREE tours of Beluthahatchee on Saturday, January 28th from 11am to 1pm. Beluthahatchee located at 1523 State Road 13, St Johns, 32259. On the tour you will get to learn about the unique history of the site, including its designation for being a double literary landmark thanks to Stetson Kennedy and Woody Guthrie. The site is the home of the late Stetson Kennedy, who is known world-wide as an author, human rights activist, and folklorist. For more information on the Stetson Kennedy Foundation and tours at Beluthahatchee please visit http://www.stetsonkennedy.com/  or contact Karen Roumillat at 904-707-5207. 

 

FLORIDA MASTER NATURALIST PROGRAM: UPLAND SYSTEMS MODULE 

St. Johns County Parks and Recreation and the Duval County IFAS Extension have partnered to offer you the Florida Master Naturalist Program’s Upland Systems Module. The classes will be offered February 13th, 15th, 22nd, 27th, March 1st and 8th from 9am-4pm at The Players Community Senior Center, 175 Landrum Lane, Ponte Vedra, FL, 32082. This program is for adults of all knowledge levels and affords them the opportunity to learn more about Florida’s uplands environment. The class is comprised of classroom presentations, videos, field trips, and practical interpretation. The course is taught by certified instructors AyoLane Halusky and Carol Wyninger. To get additional information regarding cost, content, and scheduling or to register for the class please visit the Florida Master Naturalist Program website at: http://www.masternaturalist.ifas.ufl.edu/ . For further questions contact AyoLane Halusky at 904-209-0348 or ahalusky@sjcfl.us .

 

Mystery Question 

For those of you unfamiliar with our mystery question here is how it works. Some of the e-mails we send out will have a mystery question. Some mystery questions are just for fun, while others have redeemable rewards. To participate in the mystery question, just reply to this e-mail with your response. Those who reply with the best, most creative, and interesting answer will be deemed the winner. A free guided kayak tour for two is up for grabs so think wisely about your responses. The winning submission will be announced in next month’s newsletter. So without further ado here is this month’s mystery question:

During the colder months manatees travel to springs to be in warmer waters. This, however, is not the only cool things that these animals do, for this month’s mystery question please list three interesting facts about the manatee. (If you can’t think of any considering participating in our Florida Master Naturalist Class to learn more about the manatee and other Florida freshwater flora and fauna)

As always if you have any questions please feel free to e-mail or call.

Hope you have a beautiful day and take the time to get outside and explore!

Kelly Ussia Environmental Education Instructor
St. Johns County Parks and Recreation
Office: 904-209-0335
Cell: 904-669-6109
Nease Beachfront Park
3171 Coastal Highway
St. Augustine, FL 32084

 

 

View from the Marina
GET HEALTHY. GO BOATING
By Barb Hansen

Maybe you are one of those people who will make a new year’s resolution for a healthier, happier life. In that spirit, I would like to offer this valuable self-improvement tip for living a longer, healthier, happier life. Give the woman in your life expensive gifts.
Just kidding. Here’s the tip. Seriously.

Take up boating.
I’m sure that somewhere there is scientific research that shows boaters are healthier and happier than non-boaters. How could that not be true?  Boaters just doing what boaters do are healthier and happier than people who run marathons and eat tofu.  Ever notice the look on the face of a runner versus the face of someone out sailing?  What a difference.  Boaters must be healthier and happier than their non-boating counterparts.  At least they look like they are. Runners and bikers look strained and exhausted.  (Too much tofu, don’t you think?) Boaters look happy and relaxed.  I’m sure this is new scientific data that has never been studied before.

Anyway, the point is, if you’re not a boater then now you have no more excuses. If your Doctor says, “get healthy” then we have the perfect prescription.  Go boating.  But you’re probably wondering, “How do I get started?” First, don’t fret about the pain it’s going to exact on your bank account. Actually you can be a boater and never own a boat. All you have to do is wear Sperry Top-Siders and hang out with people who actually do have a boat. Show up on the docks on Wednesday nights or Saturday mornings.  Every now and then you may be asked, “want to crew for us?”  You act surprised and say, “who me?  Sure, I could go out for a little while.”  You could meet the man or woman of your dreams, get married, buy a boat and raise more little boaters. But, I digress.

Here’s the best part. Boating is a heckuva lot more fun than jogging six miles or going to bed after a supper of sprouts. All these years you were thinking “no pain, no gain.” It doesn’t have to be that way.   Dr. Atkins says you can eat all the cheese and butter you want. Dr. Barb says you can go boating all you want. Life really is good.

The beginning boater, like the triathlon athlete, needs to start his/her program toward a healthier, happier lifestyle carefully. Since a trip of a thousand miles starts with the first step, as the Chinese proverb tells us, I think your first step should be to go to your local boat show. Smell the smell of new fiberglass. See the lights play against the shined up gel-coat. Eat a hot dog. Watch the people. These are your kind of people. (Well, some are.) Walk the docks, listen to Jimmy Buffett and buy some new Top-Siders.

Step two. Don’t buy a boat. Not yet, anyway. Take some classes.  Spend time on the water.  Decide what kind of boating you like.   Do you want to sail, paddle a kayak, or cruise in a big comfortable yacht for weeks at a time?
You see, boating is not one activity, but many. Your boat is just the vehicle to do your thing. Is your thing fishing? Then ask yourself if you want to fish from an aluminum skiff, or a long-range, offshore sportfisherman, or anything in-between. 

Want to sail? Then you need to determine whether you’ll sail on a sailboard, a sailing dinghy, a cruising sailboat or a racing sailboat.

Want to run around and water ski? You might tilt toward a personal watercraft, a runabout, a bow rider, a pure ski boat, a deck boat, a go-fast boat or a jet boat.

Want to cruise? Maybe you’d like to own what we call a “vacation home that floats.” Then tour a houseboat, a motor yacht, a trawler, or even a megayacht. Spend time on a similar vessel.  I mean go on a friend’s boat or charter a boat for a week.  There are hundreds of different vessels out there so be sure to try before you buy.

Like I said, there’s a lot to learn before you pull the trigger.  Which brings me to…

Step three. Buy your wife some jewelry.

Step four. Buy the boat and use it, often.

Step five. Live happily, and healthily, ever after.

Barb Hansen manages Southwest Florida Yachts, yacht charters, and Florida Sailing & Cruising School, 6095 Silver King Blvd, Cape Coral, FL 33914.  Barb can be reached at info@swfyachts.com or by phone: 239-257-2788.

 

 

FRANKLIN COUNTY ACTIVITIES

 

Geocaching – Take your Inner Geek Outdoors 

Planning to visit one of Franklin County’s state parks this fall? Make sure you bring your hiking shoes, your smart phone and a sense of adventure. The Bald Point State Park on Alligator Point and St. George Island State Park are participants in Operation Recreation GeoTour - a high-tech treasure hunt that requires players to use a smartphone or GPS device to find hidden treasures. The State Park GeoTour stretches from Pensacola to Key West and currently includes 64 state parks and state trails. Cachers can visit the GeoTours webpage to view each one of the 69 caches hidden within the parks and download the Official Tracking Sheet to begin the geocaching adventure.

In addition to the two state parks, other areas in Franklin County feature geocaching opportunities There are an estimated more 200+ geocache sites dotting the coast between Alligator Point and the western edge of Franklin County. Click here to learn more.

 

 

RudderClub

 

Website

Contact: The Rudder Club
8533 Malaga Avenue
Jacksonville, FL 32244
904-264-4094

www.rudderclub.com  

 

 

LADIES, LET'S GO FISHING!

Contact Betty Bauman    info@ladiesletsgofishing.com   954-475-9068

Link to high res photos https://app.box.com/s/uq5rjgamslt0if5fdln2nbu0ihmrhml1

Contact: LLGF, phone 954-475-9068, fax 954-474-7299, email: fish@ladiesletsgofishing.com , website: www.ladiesletsgofishing.com , Facebook: www.facebook.com/ladiesletsgofishing 

About“Ladies, Let's Go Fishing!"

The Ladies, Let's Go Fishing Foundation (LLGF) is a national charitable 501C3 organization dedicated to attracting women and families to fishing while encouraging conservation and responsible angling. LLGF promotes networking among and emphasizes mentorships. Founded in 1997 by Betty Bauman, of Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, LLGF has over 8,000 graduates and is the largest organization in the world whose objective is to introduce women and families to fishing. Both Bauman and the University series - dubbed "The No-Yelling School of Fishing" - are known nationally in the fishing and marine industries. The organization has earned rave reviews from media including Inside Edition, The Early Show, NBC Nightly News, CBS, Good Morning America, Outdoor Life Network, USA Today, the Wall Street Journal, Southern Living and more.

"Ladies, Let's Go Fishing!"
The No Yelling School of Fishing
www.ladiesletsgofishing.com
Like Us On Facebook: “Ladies, Let’s Go Fishing!”
 

 

CITY OF WEST PALM BEACH UPDATES & ONGOING EVENTS

 

Clematis by Night 

Every Thursday from 6 p.m. – 9 p.m. on the Waterfront. N. and S. Clematis St. between Narcissus Ave. and Flagler Dr. and Narcissus Ave. between Banyan Blvd. and Clematis St. will be closed from 6 p.m. - 9 p.m.

More details click here.

 

West Palm Beach Antique and Flea Market 

Every Saturday from 8:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. Narcissus Ave. between 2nd St. and Banyan Blvd. from 6 a.m. - 4 p.m.

For more information, click here.   

 

West Palm Beach GreenMarket 

Every Saturday from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. N. and S. Clematis St. closed, Narcissus Ave. between Banyan Blvd. and Clematis St., and Lantana Ave. between Banyan Blvd. and N. Clematis St. will be closed from 6 a.m. - 3 p.m.

 

All Aboard Florida Construction Updates

click here for details.

 

Flagler Memorial Bridge Replacement Project Update 

click here for details.

 

 

FLORIDA KEYS

 

THREE-PRONGED GOLD CUP SERIES OF SAILFISH TOURNAMENTS KICKS OFF DEC. 1-4 

ISLAMORADA, Florida Keys -- Second in the series is the Cheeca Lodge Presidential Sailfish Tournament scheduled Jan. 19-21, 2017. Anglers put 20-pound line and light-tackle skills to the test during the two-day challenge against the high-flying acrobatic fish known for tail-walking the waves. Only circle hooks can be used.

"The Presidential" typically awards sophisticated sculpture trophies to top anglers who release the most sailfish. Visit www.cheeca.com/experience/fishing   

The Gold Cup Series traditionally concludes with the mid-week final leg, the Islamorada Fishing Club Sailfish Tournament, set for Jan. 25-26, 2017. New and seasoned anglers compete among a field of up to 30 boats, each vying for an attractive cash payout of up to $30,000 in the IFC event. Visit www.theislamoradafishingclub.com 

After all three challenges are completed, the overall Gold Cup Series champions are crowned. Point scoring is determined on both a team and individual basis.

The team scoring the highest number of releases first is deemed the overall team champion. The single angler scoring the highest number of releases first is deemed the high-point angler and is awarded the coveted championship ring.

Gold Cup Series registration: Dianne Harbaugh at 305-522-4868

For details or to register, visit www.islamoradasailfishtournament.com/ 

Islamorada visitor information: www.fla-keys.com/islamorada  or 1-800-FAB-KEYS

Florida Keys fishing: www.fla-keys.com/fishing 

 

BREW ON THE BAY
BEER EVENT AT ROWELL'S MARINA PROPERTY - KEY LARGO

January 6 & 7

KEY LARGO, Florida Keys -- Fans of craft beers and ales can savor them at Key Largo's sixth annual outdoor Brew on the Bay event, Friday and Saturday, Jan. 6-7, at the waterside Rowell's Marina property.

Friday evening kicks off the weekend with a home brew competition from 6-8 p.m. at the Key Largo Lion's Club at mile marker (MM) 99.3 oceanside. Beer crafters compete for the best in four categories from light and easy lagers, middle of the road browns and ambers, to big and bold and all things hopped up. A limited number of tickets are to be sold for Friday's event. The cost is $25 per person online and $30 at the door. Tickets include unlimited sampling, appetizers and live music.

Brew on the Bay's main event is set for 2-5:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 7, at Rowell's Marina, MM 104.5 bayside. More than 130 local, regional and worldwide craft and specialty beers are to be available for an unlimited tasting along the waterfront. For fresh, locally made seafood snacks, attendees can stop at the "Seafood Court" for mahi mahi fish sandwiches, lobster, shrimp and a Keys favorite, conch fritters.

Specialty retail vendors, games, raffle drawings and live bands round out the afternoon.

General admission tickets are $40 per person. VIP tickets also are available and include a one-hour early admission for Saturday's main event with priority parking, preferred seating, a souvenir glass, T-shirt and backpack, and food and specialty tastings in a VIP tent. VIP tickets are $80. Designated drivers can purchase event admission for $15.

Money raised benefits the Rotary Club of Key Largo scholarship fund.

Key Largo visitor information: www.fla-keys.com/keylargo  or 800-822-1088

 

CONCH REPUBLIC  CUP 

RACES TO CUBA

January 22 - February 3

KEY WEST, Florida Keys -- Sailing teams racing monohulls and multihulls are to compete in races from the Florida Keys to two Cuban cities during the 13-day Conch Republic Cup set for Sunday, Jan. 22, through Friday, Feb. 3.

During the event, yachters are to race from Key West to Cuba's Varadero and Havana, and back to the southernmost city in the continental United States.

Hosted by Key West Community Sailing Center and Cuba's Hemingway International Yacht Club, sailors are to complete a triangle: a 100-mile contest from Key West to Varadero, a 90-mile race from Varadero to Havana, and a 90-mile leg from Havana to Key West. The historic race began in 1997 with a Key West race to Varadero, and expanded to include Havana in 1999.

The Cup had a 13-year hiatus after U.S. authorities enforced a Cuban embargo in 2003.

The race resumed earlier this year, following increased relations between the U.S. and Cuba.

The event's Race Village and registration are to open at Dante’s Key West at 10 a.m. Sunday, Jan. 22. Exhibition racing and village vendor displays are scheduled Sunday and Monday, Jan. 23, daily from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

The regatta formally begins Tuesday, Jan. 24, with a 5 p.m. start from Key West to Varadero. On Thursday, Jan. 26, sailors are scheduled to sail from Varadero along the Cuban coast to Havana. On Sunday, Jan. 29, a Havana Harbor buoy race at Morro Castle and a yacht parade along the Malecon are scheduled.

Sailors race back to Key West Thursday, Feb. 2, with an awards celebration scheduled Friday, Feb. 3, at Dante's.

The 2016 Cup attracted 435 sailors on 54 racing boats representing 25 states and five countries. 

That event featured five classes of vessels: two in the Performance Handicap Racing Fleet; jib and main, known as keelboat racing without the spinnaker; multihull; and schooner.

South Carolina skipper Eddie Evans, a 40-plus year veteran sailing his Beneteau Oceanis 381 yacht, Naut-On Call, won the 2016 Cup. 

Event information and registration: conchrepubliccup.org 

Key West visitor information: fla-keys.com/keywest  or 1-800-LAST-KEY

 

 

Islamorada visitor information: www.fla-keys.com/islamorada  or 800-FAB-KEYS

Florida Keys fishing information: www.fla-keys.com/fishing

Marathon visitor information: www.fla-keys.com/marathon  or 1-800-262-7284

Florida Keys diving: www.fla-keys.com/diving

 

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