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Hello from a landlocked Montana!

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I'm Justin. I live in a very landlocked Montana. I was exposed to sailing when I was stationed at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina and have wanted to be out on the water ever since. When I was on ship we would pull into these ports in exotic locals (Palermo,Marmaris,Jordan,etc.) and I've wanted to sail ona tour of the world ever since. I plan on one day building my own boat. I'm only 25, so I still have plenty of time to plan(and dream)
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Hi JJ and welcome to Sailnet! Good luck with your dreams, will you be sailing on Flathead lake?

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Maybe I'll get up to Flathead one day...I've been before. I'm close to yellowstone though, so the big lakes in Helena are alot closer...I live 5 minutes from a largeish lake (Ennis Lake)..but its only about 10' deep!
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Greetings. There is another member here from Park City and I was originally from Bozeman. I had my first sailing experience in a little 18' sailboat on a lake in Alaska.

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