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 Post subject: Re: Happy Spring 2021!
Unread postPosted: March 22, 2021, 5:48 am 
At the very least, it will be interesting to see if all available hulls make it away from the "Wall" this year. One would think this should be a more positive season than last.


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 Post subject: Happy Spring 2021!
Unread postPosted: March 20, 2021, 6:31 pm 
Well Happy Spring 2021 to all my fellow boatnerd friends out there and hope that you all had a chance and opportunity today to take in some of that fabulous and amazing, outstanding sunshine today and was able to get outside and outdoors and enjoy Spring today. Here in the Detroit area at least, a nice gradual Spring warm up is in the works for the next few days around here at least. With very little ice on the Detroit along with the St. Clair River and Lake St. Clair as well, ships fitting out this week and sailing shouldn't have too much of any issues as far as with any ice around here in these parts. So, Winter is done and over by the calendar at least and Spring has begun and Sprung and the birds are back and loving it as well. Spring is here and has sprung boatnerds and soon our boats and our hobby and past time will return. So with that, let's all raise our glasses and toast Spring 2021 and the return of the boats and to our favorite past time and hobby as well. Oh yeah, lest me not forget to also toast Roger and his crew for another awesome KYS book for 2021 too!


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