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Well I'm getting back into a sailing from over a twenty year stint as a gas and go'r. The last time I was out sailing was on a 16 or 17 Mercury sloop. Back when the CHARLES RIVER WOULD EAT THE FLESH OFF YOUR BONES. Well I'm grateful there's a group like this to help out a novice newbie moving up.
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Well I'm getting back into a sailing from over a twenty year stint as a gas and go'r. The last time I was out sailing was on a 16 or 17 Mercury sloop. Back when the CHARLES RIVER WOULD EAT THE FLESH OFF YOUR BONES. Well I'm grateful there's a group like this to help out a novice newbie moving up.
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Particlepood the good pirate!
well--we are a fine support group! This is a very encouraging community--all aboard--great to meet you, thanks for the welcome
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