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Old 04-11-2011
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Looks fine, jet. You shouldn't need the winch normally, but it's in a good spot if you ever do. If the location of that cleat ends up interfering in unexpected ways, over the side of the coaming would be my next choice.

[The only suggestion I might have would be to whip the end of the furling line. If you don't have materials for whipping, at minimum tightly wrap some tape around it near the end and then cut through the tape and remove that frayed end.]

I'd also now like to see you tackle those weeds down in the pavers.
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