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View Poll Results: How long have you been sailing?
0 - 3 years 18 25.35%
4 - 6 years 8 11.27%
7 - 9 years 7 9.86%
10 - 12 years 9 12.68%
13 - 15 years 4 5.63%
More than 15 years 25 35.21%
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I spent summers in grade school on my father's day sailers on a small inland lake in southwest Michigan, (mainly as a passenger), then nothing for almost 20 years. Got started again a few years ago when my husband got interested, took lessons, bought a Hunter 170 for use on that same inland lake in Michigan, then realized we needed a boat closer to home (Chicago north shore) and bought a Newport 28 for use on Lake Michigan. Now we can sail wherever we happen to be in the summer.

Hi Slokaj,

We sail on Lake St Clair in Southeastern Michigan. We are planning a summer trip to the North Channel, maybe we will see you around.
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Hello, I'm new to this site..but it seems to have alot of female input. I like that.
Jacqueline Haden
Thank you, I love birds and thought the hand painted as a bird was very creative.
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