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Re: Keeping track of recipes ...

Ohhh...that doesn't sound like fun at all, WingnWing. Was there water coming into the Bilge? I hope not, that could be serious.

I truly hope I like living aboard as much as you. I've only been on a sailboat several times, and it was only for a few hours each time. Didn't get seasick, so that's a plus. However, actually living on board is a completely new way to live life. Time will tell. Truthfully, I am looking forward to it. A new chapter in life.

As for recipes collecting, I really like recipes on paper so I can pin it up in front of me or prop up a book and look at it. To me, a cookbook with goop all over it is proof of a good recipe and book. I don't have all the fancy tech tools that are being mentioned here, and really don't think I want them. Just my handy computer is all I want. But in the kitchen, I prefer paper. I know...just an old-fashioned girl. (Anachronism?)

We love our S2-11C. You're right, BlJones, it has so much room below, especially the galley, the head and the master berth. The head is about 3 times larger than others we've seen and even has a small bathtub. The galley is about 1 1/2X larger, and the master berth is like a bedroom. We think we'll love living on it. It's an older boat (Tiara doesn't make S2's anymore, only power boats) but it's in good shape...we think she has a lot of life left in her, and plan on caring for her so she'll stay that way.
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