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Any reason your main content is right-justified text. It really should be left justified, since that will make it far more readable. :)
 

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Thanks, Livia! Yes, it's a wordpress template: theme 'Digg 3'. I like the vibe on wordpress. They also have a lot of themes to choose from, some more customizable than others.
 

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:) Thanks, Pamlicotraveler. May's run into overtime -- I'll let you know as soon as we do. And I appreciate your good thoughts, tongabound, thank you. I'm off to check out your next life.
 

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Thanks, everyone! Here's the scoop: as I've just posted elsewhere on SailNet, I'm not breaking out the sparkling apple juice yet because money and papers don't change hands until morning. However, I'm very pleased to have found what I believe is an excellent value and combination of compromises for a boat for my purposes and budget. I'll keep you posted and hope to have celebratory news tomorrow!
 

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Wow, congratulations... can't wait to see the boat. I personally love the process of boat shopping after having done it twice now. Though the second time was under a time deadline we couldn't fudge -- I was very pregnant, TICK TOCK TICK TOCK! We moved aboard the new-to-us boat 10 days before the little swabbie was born.

I'll be keeping up with your site to see how you're coming along! It looks great!
 

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Thanks everyone. Saltydawg, I can't imagine the whirlwind that experience must've been. How neat for the baby, though--coming into the world and straight to the water. I hope it was more fun than stress.

It has been a very long forty eight hours. I know enough not to count my chickens before they hatch, and as I posted night before last, I'd indulged in only cautious optimism, but I never saw this coming. After verbal agreement and plans to finalize in the morning, the seller got cold feet.

Apparently it was a very emotional decision. My partner was a patient, diplomatic champ on the phone all night and morning. With success after daily boat searching for more than six months, I felt like an adopting parent whose surrogate thinks she wants to keep the baby.

Yesterday morning, many phone calls and much hand-wringing later, the owner decided to honor her word. You can be sure we jumped out of bed bleary-eyed, pulled on whatever clothes were in reach, and raced to South San Francisco before the tide changed again.

So... I am now the proud and happy owner of a full keel 1965 Buchan 37! I slept like a stone last night. :)
 
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