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Well it is time to move my boat from FL to TX. I have a slip at Kemah Boardwalk Marina: Dock F Slip 17. Any Sailnet'ers, or TMCA"ers would like to stop by for a beer and some good sea stories please stop by will be glad to meet you. I will be there the first week of April. Hope to see all soon.

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Well it is time to move my boat from FL to TX. I have a slip at Kemah Boardwalk Marina: Dock F Slip 17. Any Sailnet'ers, or TMCA"ers would like to stop by for a beer and some good sea stories please stop by will be glad to meet you. I will be there the first week of April. Hope to see all soon.
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Looking forward to meeting you, we live in Houston, but keep Paloma down in Corpus.
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When are you planning to leave.Will be heading that way soon.Am in bradenton.marc
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When are you planning to leave.Will be heading that way soon.Am in bradenton.marc
Please e-mail or PM and I will give you my plans. Maybe buddy boat across.

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