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Sailing in Semiahmoo

I have a 24 ft sailboat moored in Blaine, Wa. and would like to find an experienced sailor who lives in that neck of the woods and can get out and sail during the week when the weather looks good. Look forward to hearing from you!
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Nice sailing area up there. Had perfect winds today, around 15 knots steady. I hope you find someone soon before November rolls around and it starts getting nasty.
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ya, we were heading down to the boat from White Rock, but the border lineup was so bad, we had to bail. That's why I like to sail during the week!
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