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Greetings from Houston

Just a quick note... we joined this wonderful site a little while ago and have enjoyed so far. We have 2 boats, a 41' Formosa Ketch and a 43 Slocum Cutter. As you sense, we like sailing and working on boats... Looking forward to good reading and enjoying.

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Welcome Ed and Kathy. Lived in Austin for a few years and have friends in Houston....love Texas..
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Welcome aboard. I assume you have your boats on Clear Lake. I spent a year there after buying my boat while I prepped her.
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Ed & Kathy,
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Talking Welcome Aboard

I will be at Skipers Friday morning 5th Sept hope to see you there. I was a live a board at Water Gate.
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hello Bill. We do frequent Skippers.. or use to before Ike. How did you make it? We aer also in watergate. Pier 7 and Pier 9b.
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