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09-26-2009 08:30 AM
PBzeer Welcome aboard. What part of Indiana? I was on Lake Wawasee before retiring and moving aboard.
09-26-2009 08:18 AM
Longrun You are welcome to Sailnet!
09-24-2009 04:15 PM
deniseO30 Welcome aboard Gigi! sounds like your "hooked"
09-24-2009 03:49 PM
Hi I new on this site and I have only sailed my little boat 4 times.

Hi all. I'm hoping this site will help me thur the winter months. I can live vicariously thur those of you that still have good weather to sail with. Last weekend I took the boat out of the water because I could see myself in a cold fall downpour motoring across the lake to the boat ramp. Now it is as if all of the fun is gone here in the refrigerator of the midwest Indiana.
I want to retire to the west or east coast. Which way is the question. I'm drawn to the water now like the people where drawn to the mountian in that movie "Close Encounters of a Third Kind".
Can't wait to meet you all.

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