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Old 08-12-2008
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Howdy from the hottest CG station there is! I'm Kris, and I'm temporarily stuck in the Nevada desert away from my boats.

I've been catching various discussions on this board for years but have never got around to registering until today. Found a thread about one of the boats I have right now so I couldn't resist.

I do electronics (though mostly driving a desk these days) and can't wait to retire and take some time to "sail". Most of my cruising up to this point have felt like deliveries rather than cruises. Darn day job, always getting in the way of my leisure time...

Kris
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Welcome to Sailnet Kris. Sorry about that Nevada desert thing.
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Welcome aboard! I've got to ask, what does the CG have a base in the desert for (do I really want to know the answer?).

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Thumbs up Lake Mead Sailing on MacGregor 26X

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Howdy from the hottest CG station there is! I'm Kris, and I'm temporarily stuck in the Nevada desert away from my boats.

I do electronics (though mostly driving a desk these days) and can't wait to retire and take some time to "sail". Most of my cruising up to this point have felt like deliveries rather than cruises. Darn day job, always getting in the way of my leisure time...

Kris
Ahoy Kris,
When off duty look me up. Sailing on Lake Mead and launching at Callville Bay Marina (12 miles East of the Junction Rt 147/167 on Northshore Scenic Drive, Lake Mead Recreation Area). Have 96' Macgregor 26X, "FOREVER", with 50 HP 2cycle O/B. Always looking for crew and USNR always welcomes a "Coastie" .

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