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Re: Who from SailNet would you most like to meet in person?

All of the above!

The Admiral calls Sailnet my "Facebook". Ha! I guess there is truth in that. She enjoys it, too. One name I expected to see and I will add s Rikhall. A kindred spirit and a, True Downeaster, who's help here and contributions have been most welcome. I expect he is distracted by hockey this time of year. Hard water has its uses!

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Re: Who from SailNet would you most like to meet in person?

As others have said I'd crack a few beers with most folks on here.

But then I find most sailors are interesting to hang with -- especially the quirky ones and those who've spent some time outside their own borders!
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As others have said I'd crack a few beers with most folks on here.

But then I find most sailors are interesting to hang with -- especially the quirky ones and those who've spent some time outside their own borders!
Are you talking about nude sailing again??

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Re: Who from SailNet would you most like to meet in person?

I really don't like having to name just one.

But... I really want to meet Melrna. Smart, skilled, fun attitude, skipper of her own ride. What's not to like?

I had the sun tan oil and margarita machine all packed and ready to travel when Gary moved in on her. He plays the "harmless old fogey" routine, but he's really a smooth-talking shark!

In the absence of Mel, I'd like to meet some east coast, long-haul cruisers as well as some of the folks from "down under" in order to get a cross-section of sailing cultures.
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Are you talking about nude sailing again??

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I wish i had met I2F.
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Re: Who from SailNet would you most like to meet in person?

Cardiac Paul would have been an awesome guy to have a beer with as well. LOL is often over used in posts but I DID laugh out loud reading his stuff.

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Re: Who from SailNet would you most like to meet in person?

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cardiac paul would have been an awesome guy to have a beer with as well. Lol is often over used in posts but i did laugh out loud reading his stuff.
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