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Excellent!

Hope it doesn't rain, literally, on your parade.

Keep us posted.
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Excellent!

Hope it doesn't rain, literally, on your parade.

Keep us posted.
Thanks guys! Looks like there may be rain in the forcast... Ugh!
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Glorious TRIP! We drove out to upstate NY to meet Ken and Robyn who own a sister ship. They are prepping their boat for canal cruising so won't need sails and such. I can not thank them enough for their hospitality! We ended up coming home with a beautiful mast, a new sail inventory, rudder and all rigging. I'm stoked, the amount of work and head scratching this trip has saved us is simply not re-payable. Thanks Ken and Robyn!!! Onto the pictures, some said it couldn't be done, others wondered how! We didn't get that many looks, I was hoping for a thumbs up from fellow sailors on the freeway - but didn't pass any I guess?

The day before we left for home, we did get to visit this...





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