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Ok here I am back to Sailnet- lets hope many of our fellow bristoleers join in.

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Big News!!!

Wow, that is great. As you seem to be our grand high exalted ring leader, perhaps we can get this party started! Lord knows I am on board for the change.
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Hola and Muy Buenos Noches Mass. Dr. S, my wife and lived in Long Branch when we were first married back in the 60's.
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Hey all, I just noticed I am a JUNIOR MEMBER. Good to be young again----GRIN
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Wow, that is pretty neat. Small world. Where in Long Branch did you reside? I work out of Monmouth Medical Center, and live about three blocks from it, in West End.

Where are you now?

That is a great shot of your boat by the way. See, you miss this stuff on the Yahoo site!
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Mass, I am glad for you being young again, I think we are all junior members though. Hate to burst your bubble and all... My last post was directed to John.

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Wow, that is pretty neat. Small world. Where in Long Branch did you reside? I work out of Monmouth Medical Center, and live about three blocks from it, in West End.

Where are you now?

That is a great shot of your boat by the way. See, you miss this stuff on the Yahoo site!
We lived in Long Branch in the mid-60's, we were Army-poor, so we shared a two bedroom third-floor, in an old house on Ocean Avenue. Later, we moved off the shore and up a side street to a second floor, one bedroom all to our selves - don't remember the street.
We live in Houston now and keep Paloma down in Corpus Christi.
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