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Old 07-02-2008
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Pretty boat. I can see elbow grease all over it too!
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Holy cow, what a sharp lookin boat, I'm so jealous, my boat is still on the hard, had to have another stent implant in the old ticker, my fourth one. I hope to be able to get down to the boat in a few weeks and get her ready to splash sometime in August.
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Beautiful, John!! We'll be keeping an eye out for you here in the North Country!!
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I like the mast pulpit btw.
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Nice, maybe I'll see ya out there. The boat looks GREAT!
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She's beautiful. I'm looking forward to seeing her this summer

Thanks for taking the time to post the pictures.

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yes, beautiful boat, enjoy her, have fun
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Gorgeous boat, great pictures and good luck this sailing season!
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Wow- thanks for all the nice comments about the boat. It turned out to be a much larger project than I anticipated (as usual), you'd think I would have learned after all these years. For the most part it was pretty enjoyable and there are worse things than knowing practically every nut and bolt in the boat. So far I am pretty impressed with how she sails, I have a couple of issues with rigging that I need to figure out.

I hope you all (in the US) have a great holiday, and thanks again for the compliments and good wishes.

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Very handsome boat!
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