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Hello from Michigan

Evening!

Just thought I'd say hi. I work for an economic consulting firm in East Lansing but spend most weekends anchored off the shore in Grand Haven getting plastered or discouraging jet skis. I own a Hunter 22 (I'm a sucker for teak and holly), and I'm just about done with a refit. I hope to learn quite a bit here, and maybe contribute a small amount.
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We are about 20 Miles South of you at Eldean's on Lake Mac.
Good luck with the Hunter and completing the refit. See you around.
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