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Sailor dreams of long journeys - Salt Lake Tribune
by NewsReader 11-30-2006

Sailor dreams of long journeys
Salt Lake Tribune, United States - 1 hour ago
By J. Ann Helms. Dave Eaton turns a sail wrench on Bryant Pratt's 30-foot Catalina sailboat, the Narragansett, on the Great Salt Lake. ...

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