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Hello to SailNet Members

HellIo, my wife and I sail a 1982 Cal 39 out of San Diego, CA. We've owned this Lapworth design for a bit over 4 years and have just returned from an 8 month cruise of the west coast of Mexico and the Sea of Cortez. I've been boating since I was a child, nearly 50 years, and have been sailing for over 30 of those years. Two reasons for joining SailNet are to meet more great people involved in boating and to expand my learning opportunities by tapping into the wealth of information offered by the members of this community. Hello to all of you in this sailing community!
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Welcome Aboard ..but is sounds like you picked the wrong Handel.
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Hey neo - welcome to SN dude! You'll like it here. Lot's of great people, fun, and info.
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