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Location: Swarthmore, PA
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Re: Learned something(s) today
FWIW, when we sail we throw all our lazy ends down the companionway into the cabin. It keeps them out of the way, but always available. Some say they don't want to do this because they don't want wet lines down there, but I can't remember the last time my sheets or halyards were actually wet. Plus our cabin sole is non-skid fiberglass, not teak and/or holly.
Rick S., Swarthmore, PA
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2001 Catalina 34MkII Tall Rig Breakin' Away, Universal Diesel M35B, Mantus 35 lb. anchor, sailing out of Rock Hall Landing Marina