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A set of new sails a working harness with ascenders and a girlfriend who not only loves sailing but likes doing upholstery......
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I'd settle for a nice consistent breeze every weekend.

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world peace. . . and a monitor windvane.

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New foulies! My Gill jacket and ProRainer pants have served me well for many years, but they are starting to let me down. Since my buddies are talking me into doing some winter racing I need to gear up!

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Since it has finally decided to rain in Texas, new rain gear. Mine seriously let me down yesterday.
A jenniker.
Plane tickets to STT.
New bottom job.
A solution to mounting a Manson on the bow.
Self tailing winches.
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Shnool, when you're as bad as me, you realize that coal isn't so bad. You just need to get a coal-powered heater, or a steam-powered outboard. Then you're golden.
True with the value of coal, I'll have enough to buy this stuff soon!

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Gift cards to marine stores.

That's gold.
or just Gold ..

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Since I am on the naughty list, I'll get nothing but coal... so move on!
I used to have a friend with a pile of coal from an old furnace .. we always choose someone to get coal in their stocking .. some years it was funny some years we choose poorly and the recipient didnt get the joke.

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