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Just had to take a pic

She may not look like much, especially sitting on the trailer. But on my way back to the house from the shop I just had to take a pic of my new to me San Juan 21. Since it's easier to type on my laptop, I'm starting this thread from there, then I'll use my phone to add the pic.
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Here ya go.

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Re: Just had to take a pic

Looks great. What is the pink thing on the port bow?
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Congratulations!!!
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Looks great, have fun.

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Looks great. What is the pink thing on the port bow?
That would be a registration sticker.

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Congratulations! Enjoy sailing her.


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If the rail ain't buried you aren't doing it right.

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My oldest said she wants to learn how to sail also. And, she's a dork.

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Re: Just had to take a pic

pardon my ignorance but where is the keel stored and how is it deployed on a boat like this?
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