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OK, who need help?

OK guys. I donít believe that I am a newbie crew from Hell. I just want to learn as much as I can before I have my own tub. The weather is getting cold, and most of you may have you boat on hard soon. If you are thinking to do a winter project on your boat. If you are living in the east coast, I may able to help over a long weekend. I donít mind to drive or fly to your location help you do some work and I can learn something. As long as I can learn something useful either fiberglass, deck work, engine, etc, I am for it. If the chemistry is right and opportunity is there, you can take me to sail in the next spring.

I am easy going, mature and well educated. By training I am a professional and have a successful professional career. I am good with my hands, from carpenter, electrical to mechanical work. I have more mechanic tools than most of car mechanics. Let's join force. You teach me about your boat, I will help with your upgrade or repair. We can walk out happy. PM if you have something in mind, we will talk.


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Sounds pretty reasonable... If I were closer, I'd take you up on your offer, but I'm up in New England. I wish you the best of luck... Besides us dogs gotta stick together.

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Hey SD..... just about 5.5 hr drive, I can be Portland Maine in no time. So if you want to pull your engine out and any thing in between, Let me know.

I think my wife booked a week in Sunday River for the 2nd week of Jan. Who wants to ride?


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Wow!

Can't beat a deal like that! Best of luck Dawg!
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