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Thanks again. No, I wasn't fretting....there's just so much more I don't know than I do!

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sharps, you're doing fine. keep asking questions, you haven't asked a dumb one yet. The only way to learn is to ask about what you don't know, and seek confirmation that what you think you know is actually what you really know, know what I mean?
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Thanks so much. Looking into courses at San Diego, ordered the Sailing Funds. book. Would like to hear any comments on boat recomendations. BTW am I posting in the correct forum?
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You'd be better off starting your own thread and posting what information about what kind of boat and what kind of sailing you're looking to do there rather than hijacking sharp's thread.
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