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Old 04-04-2010
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Looks like I'll be busy!

Hey everybody. Just found this forum and it looks like there's a TON of stuff to go over. A little background, born and raised in Tennessee, but always loved the water (at least the concept of it). Did a week vacation at a learn-to-sail school about 10 years ago and absolutely loved it. So I guess I'm here to get research about what it would/wouldn't take to get on a boat (possibly permanently). I guess one of the big things I'm looking for is a reality check about actual life on a boat. I grew up with the 'romantic' view of sailing, but I'm not stupid enough to think it's all smooth water and pretty sunsets, so I'm trying to find out what happens in between said water and sunsets.

Anyway, great forum, and I'll talk to ya'll in a couple weeks after I go through the forums on here!
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welcome aboard, utchuck! dreamers are always welcome here. I thinnk you'll like this place.
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