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Re: Anyone in Marathon?

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Thanks for the info... Sounds like the timing fits into the non-schedule quite well. Raised 3 kids on an old Tripp 45 cruising full time. Good way to grow up. Kids are gone so downsized to an elderly c-25. The Solitaire will be leaving south in a few weeks. Will look y'all up when I get there
Great. See you then.

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