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07-08-2011 07:27 AM
Trinkka Thank you.
07-05-2011 08:26 PM
cbtucker Welcome aboard to the fun! You'll find lots of helpful people on here - I know I have.
07-05-2011 04:51 PM
A new guy on the block:

:Ahoy there!
My name is Joe and I'm the old fuzzy faced Captain of the sailboat "Trinkka." My boat is a 1986 O'Day 222 that I bought in the Boston Boat Show back then. I've done over thirty mods to this boat over the years and I'm always willing to pass them on to others for the asking. I'm sort of a jack of all trades who hasn't mastered one of them but outside of that, I enjoy shooting my mouth off about my boat and helping others with issues on their boats. I'm a Geezer who is retired and I love cruising on my boat in the summertime and use a small kayak in the off season. I also enjoy cooking on my boat, beach combing, and catching an occasional Striped Bass. I have many hobbies to keep me busy which includes PCs, fishing, leather work, and music. I'm a guitar player of questionable notoriety in my home town.
I hope to learn on this forum as I continue to learn on other forums that I belong to, and maybe pass on some of my info to others in the process.

Smooth Sailing!
Joe Alves Jr.
Taunton, Ma.

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