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Old 06-05-2007
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Originally Posted by Kernix
Sailingdog - "boat drudge" - not familiar with the term but if it's like a "gopher" or some one you flog\beat or the lowest man on the totem pole, then YES - why would someone who does not know me take a newbie out. I offer the incentive of being the bitch - I'll cook\clean, I'll even buy the beer - just show me the "ropes" in between - $50 spent on beer is a lot less than $250 for a club trip. I've gone sailing that one weekend, plus constantly read so not a total newb, but ....
Jim-

If you're ever up my neck of the woods, Buzzards Bay... let me know... be happy to have you crew. Also, might be doing a trip down to the Chesapeake this year... and might stop in NJ/Delaware area on the way down or back.
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