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JEFF_H: Personally, I''m partial to red heads, but that sure doesn''t mean I don''t like blondes! We appreciate your insight and objectivity. I agree with JohnDrake, lets stick to discussing boats..

Happy New Year
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Golly Jeepers.....wow....I gotta sit down and open another beer!! Like BigRed...I like everyone here....even though I''m already married....and my comments to Jeff weren''t meant "nastily"! It was just a "fun hot across the bow" for New Years.

Actually I thought his comments about the Morgan 43 were pretty good, not to mention "fair...and pretty much unbiased". I hadn''t been around these parts for awhile...and saw an opportunity to have alittle fun...thats all. This goes back a ways...when we bandied about about Morgans.....probably so deep in the archives they can''t be dug up........

Jeff, like many of the other people on this board are virtual libraries of information and knowledge.....and understanding that I may not be the brightest candle on the cake, I look to others for information that I need and I am most grateful for the fact that I can tap these wellsprings freely.

If I offended anyone....I apologize. It was not my intention to do so.

Happy New Year to ALL!!
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jeff,
i understand you are in annapolis.
what is your line of work down there?
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jeff H,
i understand you are in annapolis.
what is your line of work down there?
eric
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I am an architect with my own firm. My office does a wide range of building types. These days I do nothing commercial with boats or sailing. Boats are strictly a hobby and although I help people find suitable boats, I do nothing for money in the maritime world (except write articles).

That was not always the case. When I first came to this area I worked as a yacht designer in Charlie Whitholz''s office and I have worked as a yacht designer at various times in my life. When I had a practice in Savannah, part of my practice included designing repairs and alterations to boats for local boat yards, so I got to see a lot of damaged boats. I also worked on and off in boat yards from the time I was 14 until I graduated from college. I''ve had my hands in a lot of resin over the years.

I also get to sail on a lot of boats. Mostly this comes from racing. I have raced boats since I was 14. I still do but I also get invited aboard boats, to help people ''sort'' them out. People who see me on the net or know me around town will email and ask me about something that they are trying to figure out on their boat. Sometimes it is a sail trim or rigging question that, if I have time, I very often will end up sailing with them to help analyze what I have been asked to help with.

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Jeff

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