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Exclamation Taking a drive to Sailcare...need your sail cleaned?

My sails need a cleaning & some professional care. I am strongly considering driving them up to Sailcare this Saturday, 12/13 or possibly Monday, 12/15 to take advantage of their 15% fall cleaning discount. (which ends the 15th)

So I was thinking yesterday (scary I know), I have a truck, and since I am contemplating driving them up personally, perhaps some other Sailnetters in the Baltimore/Washington area would be interested in piggy backing on my delivery.

I would do it for no charge. I realize most of you don't know me at all and would wonder why the hell you would trust me...I offer my word.

I could do a Washington pick up & a Baltimore pick up ASAP.

I have inquired with them to see of we could possibly get an additional discount if we dropped off several sails? Waiting to hear back.

PM me if your interested.

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BTW...I am taking two, my main & Genny. I could probably carry as many as 6-8 more. If many are interested I could also use my trailer but the sails would have to be wrapped as the trailer is open?

Hurry, the 15% discount ends the 15th

Oh yea, I could pick them up too, or you could just have them ship em back direct?

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Sweetheart,

They do repairs too right? (or is that bacons?) I'm comin' into town on Saturday... got an old #2 that needs some TLC. As well as a Main. Don't know if it's worth it to repair but maybe...

I've missed your touch.
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yuppers SailCare

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Unfortunately I work in Glen Burnie, live in Rockville, your home's not far from my work.

BTW...how has Julianna taken the break up?

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Unfortunately I work in Glen Burnie, live in Rockville, your home's not far from my work.

BTW...how has Julianna taken the break up?
The restraining order 'eased' things a bit...

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chef- I'm not in your area, but have to say that is a very kind offer. Anyone thinking of having their sails cleaned/repaired should take you up on this. SailCare does a great job and with someone offering to P&D, how could tey pass it up?!

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Chef—

I think you and Craig make a lovely couple... you have my blessings... Thanks for the offer to haul sails to sailcare, but I'm a bit far away to take advantage of it.

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Fine offer Chef, and welcome back.

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Total newbie question here: Approximately what does it cost to have Sailcare do a sail, say like a main on a Catalina 30? I understand that there are a zillion variables, but any very rough number is better knowledge than what I have now.

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