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03-28-2013 11:40 PM
Lake Superior Sailor
Re: Ahoy!

Hello and welcome! Always good to hear from working folks! Sailnet is lots a good reading,and they keep it real !....Dale
03-28-2013 08:53 AM
Waveknitter
Ahoy!

And Good Morning. We were introduced to Sailing in Pensacola a couple summers ago. It was dreamy, and wonderful, and nerve wracking (studying for the test) but the most fun ever! Captain Bob Kriegel was our instuctor and he was so paitent, and fun. He was great considering we knew less than nothing, lol.
Now the kids are grown and we are tired of all work and no play. We have both been through alot in our short young lives, (48) and really want to live some of our dreams while we still can. We have a plan to be out of here in 5 years, maybe sooner for me. I'm fed up as hell! So I just want to learn and lurk and have you all tell me where I should look for a little place. I'm interested in Mexico beach, Port st. Joe area. May actually be able to buy something there as I am not rich, darn it. Thank you and have a really great day! Have to go fill the wood burner and feed the chickens

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