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Let me be the first to offer my sincere condolences... you must have done something truly horrible in a former life to be punished this way.

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The dog beat me to it, but I guess I can be the second to offer condolences.

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SV- Welcome..... I'm pretty sure most of us reckoned you were Mrs Distantstar.... Don't imagine there's too many couples with that particular fleet (Pearson/Bayfield)

And good for you to be living aboard with two small children! (could that be the reason for the Bayfield bolthole??)

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So does that mean you have his and her boats?
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It could be the Bayfield is like the living room couch...when he's bad...he gets banished to the Bayfield...

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My guess is he spends a lot of time there then.
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Hello to everyone.

I've been here multiple times as a guest browsing around and reading up on some helpful information pertaining to living aboard and future plans of home schooling. To start off, I live on a 36ft Pearson but sometimes stay upon our
25ft Bayfield.
Wow. I rather like the idea of two sailboats for a family. I actually had a daydream the other day of cruising protected waters on 34 footer with my wife, as our two kids commanded and lived on a 19 foot Cornish Shrimper. We'd raft up at night for dinner and socializing, and then retire to our private boats. The idea that our growing kids would have command of our "corsair" was a fun thought in a "Swallows and Amazons" sort of way.

In this day and age, I think that being a "sailing family" is a relatively cool thing. I look forward to your future posts.

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We haven't banished anyone to one particular boat for now.
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But remember you have that option. He can't be that good.
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