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04-08-2009 06:13 AM
chall03 Welcome aboard Randy.
04-08-2009 01:39 AM
saildork Welcome aboard, Randy,

This is a great forum, populated by a lot of really great sailors with tons of knowledge, great stories, and unique sense of humor .

Enjoy the party!

04-07-2009 11:51 PM
smackdaddy Welcome to SN dude! Lake sailing rocks BTW.
04-07-2009 10:43 PM
Ahoy me salty and not so salty dogs!

I'm actually a not salty dog- and have to confine my sailing adventures to the inland Great Lakes . Lake Erie and the "not so great lake Chautauqua"
I've been sailing since the age of seven- very infrequently up until 3 yaers ago when I got juiced up and bought a 1984 Freedom 25. Quite an innovative sail boat and lots of fun. I got her ship shape and was so enthralled with the experience that I bought a second older boat, a 1982 Helms 24 to rehab her.
the second boat I boat on ebay (just for the trailer) however the boat was in such good shape I thought that I'd tune her up a bit. Turns out she's a better suited boat for my most frequent needs. If there's anyone out there with one of these boats please look me up!
Regards and fair wind,

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