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09-11-2012 05:14 PM
t_train
Re: Another new person

My aforementioned thread is in the GD section. I hope I posted in the right place. I didn't see a section for building/projects/construction, etc.
09-11-2012 03:42 PM
t_train
Another new person

Hi Everyone. I'm Travis, and I've just registered to learn some things. I used to do the online forum thing with Hondas a while ago, which helped me learn a lot.

I got into sailing very recently. I purchased my first boat, a 1973 Morgan 27, back in Feb of this year. I keep it in Deltaville on the Chesapeake Bay.

I also recently acquired a 7.5' rowing dinghy that I plan to modify with a daggerboard trunk to sail. I have some questions about this project, and will post a thread in the appropriate area shortly. If you know anything about glassing in a daggerboard trunk, or gaff rigging a dinghy, please visit the thread.

Thanks everyone, and I'm looking forward to learning and discussing.

-Travis

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