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Seems that I previously had two extra feet in the water.
For those of you who are interested, J Boats have an excellent site: http://www.j24nationals.com/
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Do we have any other J/24 sailors here on Sailnet?

Mine is a 1980 model, hull 2011 I think.

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South Hill, VA
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Yes, I have a 1981 J/24, #2590. She is named Redline.
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Cool - so at least two of us can compare notes... Do you ever unstep your mast? I find it to be a bit scary...

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1980 J24 Hull # 2276 Wahkean. Where you guys located?
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Do you ever unstep your mast? I find it to be a bit scary...
remember, if you control the bottom of the mast...you control the top.


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Any remaining J24 owners in this forum?
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you might want to check out this thread
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Any of you guys thought about taking a chainsaw to your boat?

http://www.allatsea.net/specificissu...?featureid=322
http://www.ic24.org/

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Not much on my mind. Basically not much exciting going on today. Eh. Today was a complete loss. I've pretty much been doing nothing. Not much noteworthy happening to speak of. Not much on my mind recently. I haven't gotten anything done for a while. Not much on my mind worth mentioning. Shrug. That's how it is. I feel like a fog. I can't be bothered with anything these days. Pretty much nothing seems worth thinking about, but oh well. I guess it doesn't bother me. More or less not much noteworthy happening today. Maybe tomorrow. Not much on my mind worth mentioning. I haven't been up to much lately, but I guess it doesn't bother me. Pretty much not much exciting going on. Pfft.
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