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Yeah sold my boat but my heart lies here.

I didn't actually sell my boat via craigslist. It was through SBL
http://www.sailboatlistings.com/view/6811

I can't even afford the varnish! Gawd I love wooden boats..
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I can't even afford the varnish!
Or the obviously necessary new mainsail

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or at least battens! lol

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You have to wonder about an owner of one of those who spells it "Frindship".
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Years ago I was talking with builder in Maine, as he was finishing up building a 121/2 the are beautiful boats.

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Years ago I was talking with builder in Maine, as he was finishing up building a 121/2 the are beautiful boats.
Very pretty boats, and they're supposed to sail like a little ship. But a LOT of hours go into building one...

You know if you're getting the itch already there are some nice daysailers that can be had without breaking the bank.

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Gawd I love wooden boats..
Glen Winter surprised me at the Annapolis show. He's got a woody that he took in trade. A 2010 replica of the Hiscocks’ Wanderer III with some modifications. It's right across the river from you.

I love to look at wood boats, but after I helped a friend restore an old 38 Pacemaker I swore I'd never own one.

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Glen Winter surprised me at the Annapolis show. He's got a woody that he took in trade. A 2010 replica of the Hiscocks’ Wanderer III with some modifications. It's right across the river from you.

I love to look at wood boats, but after I helped a friend restore an old 38 Pacemaker I swore I'd never be owned by one.

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