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Old 04-26-2011
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Congrats Jojs on the great ride and early in the water. This weekend looks great to go out. We left Haleakula in the water so alas she has 2 years of grime on the side and her bottom although clean...needs some new paint.

She goes for a quick haul, bottom paint job ( Ultima 60) and a manicure ( polish and wax job) at the end of may, so we are ewnjoying her to then. We are anxiously awaiting our new full batten mail from Quantum and Strong Track, (we heard the saail was shipped from South Africa 4 days ago). This mnay be the last weekend with our old relaiable of the last 12 years.

I didnt think Rockdawg actually had a 36 Jeanneau, I thought he chartered it. If he does we'd enjoy meeting up with him sometime to hear some of his stories...especially the Tartan delivery from New England.

Jos, Hope to see you out there one of these weekends.


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