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post #31 of 33 Old 06-08-2007
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I know what you mean. I just want to keep them from going to the dark side, Luke... By bringing them into the light of sailing, that is.


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I would imagine that the higher the gas price gets, the more folks that will consider sailing. Of course, there are alot of powerboaters that never leave the dock anyway.
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Alien, Snug Harbor folks on the lake there have some cheap deals often. My daughter lives in Marietta. We got some friends with a big house boat on the lake.
They do. Talked with Dan a couple weeks ago. Looked at a bunch of Catalina 25's with him. Planning on looking at a Hunter 25 through Snug Harbor this weekend. But fortunately the O'Day 25 is still for sale. If the Hunter doesn't 'wow' us, it'll probably be the O'Day. The Catalina's interior has just been too narrow for me to be comfortable. The molded table just takes up too much room.
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