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Charlie,

I have a cockpit adjustible tackline for the AS. Works well actually!

Skips meeting is 9:30, first class start is 11:00 north end of shilshoal bay marina. probably take off form a guest dock or otherwise about 10:15-10:30 or there abouts. I'm planing on going down friday eve from edmonds, Altho with a 9:30 skips meeting, I could take off about 7:30 from edmonds and make the above too! Ive found it usually easier to take teh boat there friday, pay the overnight fees. Sail/motor home saturday PM

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Best man at wedding would probably find Jody cute! if he is interested!LOL

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