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April 13, 2010

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Soundbounder

You are way ahead of me.
I should be good by next week though.

tillerman

I was thinking exactly the same thing about Easter the other day. It seems that (excluding mad winter sailors like me) Easter was always the official start of the sailing season in the UK. Here in the home of the brave and the land of the free, not so much.

Michael

You have a saloon on the boat? Fantastic!

Adam Turinas

Soundbounder: Good luck with that

TMan: I suspect that it's that the UK weather is so unpredictable all year round that people are used to sailing in bad conditions. A month either way matters little

Michael: I do with swinging cowboy doors. yeeha!

Miguel

Well Howdee Pardner!

Are we ever grabbing that beer?

Baydog

You must have put in many weekends this spring. Happy to hear about the outboard.

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