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Lots to learn

Sailed as a kid on the Chesapeake with my Dad. Really want to learn. Would like to crew for an experienced sailor. In east Tex. Near Lake Sam Rayburn or Toledo Bend.
Any advice would be much appreciated.
Don't own a boat. Want to get some experience first.
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Welcome aboard Jarhead,

You can learn a lot on this site and have fun. I'm sure some one in Texas will contact you. Good luck.

PS. thanks for your service. My father was a Jar head.
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Welcome, Sir. I too am new, but they seem like good folk and I have already burnt two nights just reading what some of them have to say. Good luck and great sailing!
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