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Hmmm, looks familiar.
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Hmmm, looks familiar.
I wasn't sure if these were the same ones you have. It's probably a good idea to pick up a spare handle, I'd think.

Looks like 47 degrees on New Years Day. Email me if you want to go out: brad-sn@hallmont.com. (That goes for anyone else who is interested too.)

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I have a set of these too if anyone is interested...
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Thanks Brad, they are the same. I have a spare for each type (3) of handle I use. I was also thinking of sailing on the 1st. I was aboard monday, pleasantly surprised at how relatively little snow there was. It mostly blew away.
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I'd love to meet up somewhere. Maybe we could meet at The Crab Shell in Stamford. We could tie right up in front of the restaurant. What do you think?

Edit: or is there someplace more central to you and me? Maybe Norwalk? from Google maps, Norwalk has Harbor Lights and Sono Seaport Seafood. Never been to either but they are closer to you.

It's time you sailed to a destination instead of out and about.

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Thanks, but winter sailing is strictly out and back. I'll only do a couple of hours in this weather.
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