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Old 04-30-2008
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Paul:

I always like it when people rescue abandoned boats.

I think you will like your boat, and congratulations! Stoney Creek lake, off of 26 Mile, is a good place for you to start sailing.. No fast powerboats or PWCs, Not too big, easy launch, and lots of places for you to beach the boat and relax.

Great family sailing.
We used to launch to boat, and have some of us kids walk to the North end of EastPoint beach. We'd take turns sailing the boat from there. There was a nice little grove in the trees where we could relax and stay out of the sun.

Great times!


And, of course, welcome to Sailnet!

Actually... your picture looks a bit familiar... Maybe not...

David
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