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A pair of non-paid hands available to help you work on your boat

I am looking for someone in the San Francisco Bay area who is working on a boat and might need an extra pair of hands. I will help you with whatever I can. In return, I gain working experience in boat repair/maintenance skills (fiber glass/epoxy jobs, thru-hulls, stuffing box/cutlass bearing etc etc). I will be available for 6 weeks in Apr and May.

I have owned and sailed a small sailboat for 5 years while trying minor repairs and maintenance.

I will work for free to help you with your boat work and I get to learn. If you are interested, please contact me (dj11235@gmail.com).

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Re: A pair of non-paid hands available to help you work on your boat

Well if you would concider traveling, could I put you to work! (LOL) How come you guys are never around here! Lots of luck!...Dale

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Re: A pair of non-paid hands available to help you work on your boat

What are you nut's...????

It's friggen COLD up here...

Come on Dale they have California Girls out there...

Our Motto up here...??

"It's the cows"....

"Might as well take 'er out...If anything is gonna happen...It's gonna happen out there..."
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Just trying to make a hard water sailor out of him, Man up! No PFD needed!....Dale

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