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Had some good wind today, and just happened across a lovely schooner. Here are a couple of videos for you all in the colder climates. Why do you guys live there, anyway?







That's all you get.
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Sailhog's sailing on the third Saturday in February while I spent the day massaging prospective clients at their crumby home for a measly design contract. Meanwhile, it's 25 degrees tonight, sailboat's been sold and wife has flown down to Charlotte for a couple weeks to visit our son's family for some R&R. I'm stuck alone for the next few days - no boat, no wife . . . but, hey - that's not all bad.

Still sh . . . you suck.
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Just to keep the country from tipping and falling in the sea...
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Sailhog's sailing on the third Saturday in February while I spent the day massaging prospective clients at their crumby home for a measly design contract. Meanwhile, it's 25 degrees tonight, sailboat's been sold and wife has flown down to Charlotte for a couple weeks to visit our son's family for some R&R. I'm stuck alone for the next few days - no boat, no wife . . . but, hey - that's not all bad.

Still sh . . . you suck.
TB,
hey, you're responsible for a least one of those. No sympathy my friend.
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Not asking for sympathy - just an invitation from sh for a sail in his C30, off Hilton Head Island . . . I'll bring the beer.
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You have a standing invitation. You don't even have to bring the beer!
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That's the Spirit of SC. I worked on that boat last summer. Wish the real world hadn't happened along and I was still aboard.

I get my sailing dinghy out at least once every month during the winter. Beats shoveling snow any day!
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Just yanking your anchor chain sh. Those videos were awesome - thanx for sharing with your frigid friends up north.

I just might make a surprise visit.
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It's a standing invite, Cap'n.
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