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Howdy there

I just found the place -
It's been a while since I have been sailing brcause a bought a boat! There is a Chrysler Lone Star 16 that I got cheap and planned to "restore"....should have went with the force five that was water ready, but thought about a family boat.

I learned to sail at "Canoe U" in Maryland and have had many good times with it since - in such sailing hotspots as Kansas, Iowa, Wisconsin as well as Texas and California.
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Welcome aboard. At least you'll know the boat by the time you're done with it.
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Welcome to Sailnet. love your list of sailing hotspots!
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Me too but you forgot Oklahoma and North Dakota...

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No - I don't think I have sailed in Oklahoma or North Dakota..... Bu the In-Laws live near Lake Eufaula... and A milllion years ago My dad was stationed in North Dakota... - the house tried to sail away in a spring flood. Close on both counts, but no cigar..
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