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Hi List
I have a Coronado 25 which is nearly the same as the Columbia. But my list is mostly dead these days so I'm checking in here.

Sailing mostly Smith Mountain Lake in Central Virginia.

Fair Winds,
Rob
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Welcome to the bunch Rob. Remember to duck if you post in Off Topic, but elsewhere its sensible.
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