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It's great to have access to such a repository of experience and knowledge. Am on my own countdown to slipping my moorings. Not living or following a dream. Just an inevitability. It's good to see other female sailors and boat owners as part of this community.
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Welcome aboard kairetu! It seems you have the correct attitude for a fulfilling life. No better place to vent than here. Enjoy!

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Thank you for your welcome, Boatless Roger. I thought I would do more learning than venting, though. I'm kind of a solo venter.
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I'm kind of a solo venter.
Unfortunately, I have apparently not learned how to do that yet. Thank goodness the folks around here are not the "easily offended" type.

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