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Old 04-23-2008
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Midlife Crisis

I'm not normally talkative. This post is because I need to send a response to another Sailnet member and got a popup about not being able to send private messages unless I had 10 posts. Sorry.

I included a link to my personal website that shows the construction of my grandfather's very unusual sailboat reputed to go 60 miles an hour, the Herreshoff 15 that I built with my brother in my backyard, and the Peterson 44 that I am currently rebuilding, but I got another popup saying that I could not post with a "link". Sorry again. If you Google "svAzura" my site will be the first to come up.

All I'm trying to do is give good information to another member.
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One of the better "just making my quota" posts. Welcome aboard, stick around.
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Here is the link: Welcome

I took about an hour and drooled as I studied all of your refit pages. You do amazing work! The budget, however, must have been frightening.

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