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My name is David and I choose my username as our dream, from Indiana to Saint Kitts and Nevis (country code is KN). At 28 years young one may think that you would be too young to get burnt out from work, but then you would be wrong. My wife and I are still about 5-6 years away from our journey, but right now we are in the planning and learning phase. Neither of us is a sailor but we hope to soon be. This summer we are going to get our feet wet and learn to sail and then purchase our first sailboat. I grew up on a motorboat so Im not new to boating but deffinetly am new to the world of sailing.

Alittle more about me, I work in a machine shop and am a former Marine who has enjoyed the last 4 years of freedom and my belly now shows it. Haha
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