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On my way home, I stopped at the bodega and bought five packs of baseball cards with the quarter.
When I got out of bed I found she had put up some birthday decorations and left a couple of treats on the table for me, including a quarter to buy myself something from the bodega.
Twenty minutes later, after much backing and swearing and heaving of lines the Bodega's hawser was finally put board the Maggie.
CAPTAIN SCRAGGSPETER B. KYNE
Down the bay they raced, the Bodega leading slightly, both tugs whistling at half-minute intervals.
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The Bodega has more speed than the Aphrodite, so poke ahead there and let's try to get in an hour's sleep before daylight.
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Me, I don't feel like drownin' in that engine room or gettin' cut in half by the bow o' the Bodega or the Aphrodite.
CAPTAIN SCRAGGSPETER B. KYNE
They live toward the north coast in the vicinity of the Port of Bodega.
Colnett mentions the Indian dress of deerskins in Bodega Bay.
The visitors of the 18th and 21st would be Bodega Coast Miwok.
Bodega, in his thirty-six foot schooner, reached 58, and on the way discovered Bodega Bay.

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