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Old 02-03-2011
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Newbie from New Hampshire..

Hi all..
I am a newly bitten sailor from NH.. Bout a decade back I learned to sail on an AMF Force 5.
Two years ago, I fitted a canoe with a sail rig, but it just wasn't enough..

This last summer I found a 21' Macgreggor Venture on the side of the road mostly complete for $200 !!

I renamed her "Ava Devine" She will be on display weekly on New England waterways from Maine to As far as I can get...lol

I have been bitten really badly this time, I have sailed it once.. then winter set in. Which has only toughened my resolve !!
Check out my initial repairs..
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Ventur...67636/pic/list

Smooth Sailing to All,
Chris
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Chris,

Welcome to the family. I got "bitten" about two years ago and haven't looked back. Aisle of Shoals is a nice sail. Or head up to York Beach and enjoy the night life. Anchor off the beach and head in with your dinghy. A little further is Richmond Island, or Jewell Island. If you make it to Casco Bay, there's an island for every day of the year! Three words, eat, breath, sail.
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