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It's nice to be in the forums... Linda and I inheritted this project from my brother... We grew up in NC and are working diligently to get "Southern Accent" seaworthy and back in the water in the next few weeks (God willing). We just stepped the mast a couple of weeks ago and need to work, route and tune all the rigging still... We dove head-first into this and the hole seems to be growing (y'all know what I mean). I am thinking that we can keep in touch with friends here too... Any suggestions anyone???
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Re: Sam and Linda, NC 1974 Pearson 30

Welcome to the forum! Lots of good info here, use google search for your questions, SN comes up pretty early on the results pages. Works better than the on-site search engine.

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