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Home port was Watergate Marina on Clear Lake (Kemah, Texas). Lost my boat to Ike, but recently purchased a fixer-upper. Looking for some help with that. Boat is 1988 Pearson 36-2 (centerboard). Hoping to have the boat water-tight (Fix the Hole in the Side) in a month or so then back into the water. Been looking for a good sailing forum.
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Welcome this is a great sailing forum one of our louder Texans has apparently disappeared.....Have fun and good luck with the hole in your boat
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Hey Parrot,
Welcome to Sailnet. You will find lots of useful information here buried in tons of BS. But that is all part of the fun.
My Pearson 31-2 is at South Shore Harbor. Let me know if my limited skills can be of any use to you.
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Welcome this is a great sailing forum one of our louder Texans has apparently disappeared.....Have fun and good luck with the hole in your boat
Wuffles, dude, does that mean that it's a great sailing forum BECAUSE one of the "louder Texans" disappeared? Or were you just making an observation about my momentary absence? Et tu Brute?

Parrot - welcome! I'll have a boat near you very soon. In the mean time, good luck on your fixin'.
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Hello, Parrot!

I'm in the Houston area. While I have no repairs skills to speak of, I'm more than happy to watch you work and tell you what you're doing wrong.

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