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Fun size with small hand is preferred, you can get into all tight places. Rail meat is cheap.

BTW, are you at Anchorage Marina or Living Class Foundation?


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Ahoy! Skipper Justin~

I must express my gratitude I feel upon reaching your post. Ideas involving sea-faring and foraging, a mysterious and simultaneous ambitious combination, which provoked me to write and seek. I have been perusing the crew listings to begin developing my sailor mind and muscles, as I'm seeking a couple months of boat life for privacy and solitude to do some writings on seas. So far searching for Puerto Rico to Mexico without much success, yet; and now searching instead for Puerto Rico to Somewhere South America. Anyway, in the midst of my land and water limbo, I am also considering a move to Bellingham (as I've considered it for several years now) and now here I see an opportunity in collaborating, in the case that I ever happen upon the vibrant phalo lake. Skill-sharing with what you know about sailing and what I know about harvesting, foraging, and re-appropriating found objects into boat art. A possibility.

Please tell me more through email about your written words thus far and your mind streams about living off-grid on the boat. I am listening. And, thank you very much for acting your vision, being your beliefs.

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Time to get the popcorn, this could get interesting!


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But make that foraged popcorn only, please!


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I believe this is now appropriate.


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