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I'm glad to be aboard! I've be following SailNet for over 12 years--this should tell you that I like the site. (I have a biased interest in a way since I was a contributor back in 2000. The series dealt with "Retirement Cruising". I have now "swallowed the anchor" but still hope to get back out in the briny deep again. (I can't get that saltwater out of my system!) Meanwhile, I'll be around & check in frequently.
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I'm glad to be aboard! I've be following SailNet for over 12 years--this should tell you that I like the site. (I have a biased interest in a way since I was a contributor back in 2000. The series dealt with "Retirement Cruising". I have now "swallowed the anchor" but still hope to get back out in the briny deep again. (I can't get that saltwater out of my system!) Meanwhile, I'll be around & check in frequently.

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Boy!! I've still got saltwater in the veins at 80 yr.! (I miss it a "bunch".) The years on OuiSi were the best in spite of some "hairy times".
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