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Old 01-25-2007
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Sorry didn't get back to post recently. Yeah, that's me on the end of M, well for now anyway. Looking a little shabby with this foul weather we've had, but that's OK, will get the bright work done in Baja in a few months.

Typical of California marinas, like sailguy42 says, local govts and marina operators are forcing a lot of people out of sailing with their "new" marketing techniques. Here in CI Harbor, the're building a sailing center to get people interested in sailing, and decreasing slips by several hundred (27 to 30 ft range) . . . .HUH? I must be missing something, but I don't know of many first time sailors buying 40 ft boats to learn on.

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