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01-25-2013 11:16 AM
HeartsContent
Re: Female 1st Mate and cook wanted in Pacifc NW

I believe this is now appropriate.

01-25-2013 10:09 AM
willyd
Re: Female 1st Mate and cook wanted in Pacifc NW

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Originally Posted by TakeFive View Post
Time to get the popcorn, this could get interesting!
But make that foraged popcorn only, please!

01-25-2013 12:23 AM
TakeFive
Re: Female 1st Mate and cook wanted in Pacifc NW

Time to get the popcorn, this could get interesting!
01-24-2013 11:31 PM
arte e agua
Re: Female 1st Mate and cook wanted in Pacifc NW

Ahoy! Skipper Justin~

I must express my gratitude I feel upon reaching your post. Ideas involving sea-faring and foraging, a mysterious and simultaneous ambitious combination, which provoked me to write and seek. I have been perusing the crew listings to begin developing my sailor mind and muscles, as I'm seeking a couple months of boat life for privacy and solitude to do some writings on seas. So far searching for Puerto Rico to Mexico without much success, yet; and now searching instead for Puerto Rico to Somewhere South America. Anyway, in the midst of my land and water limbo, I am also considering a move to Bellingham (as I've considered it for several years now) and now here I see an opportunity in collaborating, in the case that I ever happen upon the vibrant phalo lake. Skill-sharing with what you know about sailing and what I know about harvesting, foraging, and re-appropriating found objects into boat art. A possibility.

Please tell me more through email about your written words thus far and your mind streams about living off-grid on the boat. I am listening. And, thank you very much for acting your vision, being your beliefs.

With courage, and compassion... and soft breezes. Or as they say 'fair' winds.
~Oceanna
11-16-2012 01:30 PM
rockDAWG
Re: Female 1st Mate and cook wanted in Pacifc NW

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Originally Posted by TheTardis View Post
You're right! Better marketing strategy!
Fun size with small hand is preferred, you can get into all tight places. Rail meat is cheap.

BTW, are you at Anchorage Marina or Living Class Foundation?
11-15-2012 08:13 PM
TheTardis
Re: Female 1st Mate and cook wanted in Pacifc NW

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Originally Posted by misfits View Post
Your going about this all wrong. Don't tell people your short. Tell them your fun size
You're right! Better marketing strategy!
11-15-2012 06:56 PM
misfits
Re: Female 1st Mate and cook wanted in Pacifc NW

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Originally Posted by TheTardis View Post
But I am
Your going about this all wrong. Don't tell people your short. Tell them your fun size
11-15-2012 06:34 PM
xymotic
Re: Female 1st Mate and cook wanted in Pacifc NW

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do they still call it road kill if you hit it with your sailboat?
Rode kill when you smash it with your anchor.
11-15-2012 03:59 PM
urbanhermit
Re: Female 1st Mate and cook wanted in Pacifc NW

do they still call it road kill if you hit it with your sailboat?
11-15-2012 03:56 PM
willyd
Re: Female 1st Mate and cook wanted in Pacifc NW

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28 ft wood boat....like a daysailer...in the PNW with all that rain.....living on cattail roots bait and roadkill....OH joy I bet there lining up now
Should one select young female crew members willing to sail with short fat old men from the larger pool of roadkill-eating young females? Or perhaps look for roadkill-eating females that make up a subset of the young females interested in sailing with short, fat old men? Or are they one and the same group?
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