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12-27-2012 11:30 AM
Sabreman
Hans Christian 33 on Chesapeake Bay

Welcome to the Bay. Spring and especially fall are magical.

Your sailing to puzzling ratio will increase with time. I recall feeling the same way in 2005 when we bought Victoria. After 3 years, the big jobs were finished. For the last 3 years, it's just been normal maintenance.
12-27-2012 07:58 AM
brucemoody
Hans Christian 33 on Chesapeake Bay

We're always looking for people to sail with and to share stories and advice.

Just brought Duchess down from NY this spring. We had a daysailer before Duchess, and rented before that, so we're new to managing all the systems. Every time I step aboard I learn something. This weekend I get to figure out how to adjust our transmission cable. I enjoy the puzzle in the problems and the satisfaction in finding the solution. I am hoping to reverse the ratio of puzzling to sailing, though.

See you on the water.

Cheers.

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