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post #54 of Old 01-14-2013
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Re: Cultural Aspects of Off Shore Cruising

You buy a new furler and I will come help install it, might take a month or 2 to get it right. Right now anything above freezing sounds great. Cold a$$ weekend in the hills -10 to 10 above in the day.

Sandpaper? Yea I have thought about it, teak decks sound like lots of time spent with sandpaper.

Catalina 25 1984 #4558 Swing Keel, Tall Rig
Sailing Payette Lake, Central Idaho USA
Baba 30 1979
Pacific Northwest for now..


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