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want to sail!

i am novice, but want to crew. actually want to live on a boat! i've been wishing someone would give me one! lol! seriously, it happened to 2 friends of mine, years apart.

i have a good friend who lost his boat in St.Augustine, Fl, recently in the hurricane.

if you want to read the stories, google "Lady Cecile St. Augustine, Fl"

its a very sad story, but with a good ending.

im a 61 ur old gramma, but strong and healthy, and finally free for some adventure. i spent 8 weeks in british columbia and loved it, and while spending 10 days helping in St. Augustine, i fell in love with the town! cool place!

i have been all over the fla coast, and i also love rockport, tx. glad they didn't blow away in the hurricane.

i spent the summer in british columbia and wa (pt townsend) and oregon! also great places to have a boat!

im inland now, and only ride my motorcycles. i want a boat! (i have a kayak and blow up sail boat which doesn't work here as no wind on these small lakes! ugh!)

im itching for adventure. write me! ma

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Welcome aboard Mysti,

Hope you get your boat, or at least get to crew on one.
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