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post #1 of Old 03-07-2009 Thread Starter
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Getting rid of "Stuff"

I really do not have much "stuff" to get rid of since I am too young to really have accumulated or bought a lot in my lifetime. Thanks to Craigslist, Ebay, and donations I'm hoping to make light work of getting rid of most of it while I finish my project house to sell it.

I'm just wondering if anyone has suggestions on what "stuff" might be okay to keep (i.e. the bowling ball, photos, boardgames for those stormy days you can't really sail in)? Was there something in the liveaboard transition you wish you kept that you actually have room for? On the flip side of that, what stuff should I think about accumulating to liveaboard while I work toward that goal?



Liveaboard Want-to-be
S.E. Michigan

Boat: In the market for a 27'-33' that I can single-hand and liveaboard in Michigan.
Experience: ASA 103 Coastal Cruising Certified
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