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Setting Sail to the Barn - New York Times
by NewsReader 09-10-2011



Setting Sail to the Barn
New York Times
A sailboat has no barn. It has no compost pile. Mildew can be a problem but not nettles or Japanese knotweed. One could keep a chicken or two aboard. There are sails and rigging to deal with and keeping the bottom barnacle-free, but can that be worse ...

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