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Old 01-07-2013
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Re: A family day... what do sailors do?

I've only been sailing Charleston Harbor for the last three years but there's lot's to do with the family. My children are grown and the grands are 4/1/and almost 1. Typical day is a sail up the Wando drop the hook and have a BBQ. The kids swim and play then back for more sailing. Teaching your children and grandchildren to sail will be something they will remember forever. My daughter's fondest memories are when she went out with my dad on the water. My 4 year old grand is in NV and every conversation leads to going on the boat. So it's not what you can do, it's what can't you do. When we retire we plan on heading to the Bahamas and south for extend periods, hopefully the grands will be our crew.
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