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Welcome to MSW  David!   Let us know a little about yourself and if you have any projects going on.  There are thousands of potential helpers here should you need any!!

Allan

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Hello, David! A good teacher friend of mine recently retired from Rim of the World High, not far from you.

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Hi all, I've been around ships all my life it seems but don't really know how to sail a sail boat!!

I've been a crewman only. I was on a Baltimore Schooner, The Pilgrim of Newport for years with Dennis Holland. She was my girl. Also crewed on the Golden Hind out of England while she was on a world tour. Me and a fellow crew member were invitee to sail from San Pedro CA to San Francisco. Lots of fun sailing with a english crew.

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Hello David, and a warm welcome to the forum from the other side of the Pacific.

 

John

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3 hours ago, David dortch said:

I've been a crewman only. I was on a Baltimore Schooner, The Pilgrim of Newport for years with Dennis Holland. She was my girl. Also crewed on the Golden Hind out of England while she was on a world tour.

That must have great but hard work? I'm a bit jealous;)

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1 hour ago, vaddoc said:

Welcome David, from the other side of the Atlantic!

And another welcome from the same island.

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