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hi every one...

i am jim. you can call me warrior, how is every one doing. i just got this site from a friend, i am intrested in sailing and cruising. and more about me is i am good photographer.
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Welcome from another warrior. I'm still serving after 24 years in. Just Reeuped for three more. My old Cal25 is named War Horse (after a FOB that I spent a year on). Bought the boat three months after I came back. It used to be named "Sea Pony" but my children and I thought that was to cute a name. I wish I had more time to spend on the net myself.

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