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Re: New Member

I know you are going to enjoy your new (old) boat; with or without a name.  Our 23 is named Pied Piper, superstition keeps me from changing it.    Who knows, one day maybe all the other sailboats maybe following me, not unlike the Pied Piper of Disney fame.     Why not start your new adventure with a name like Juan's Upon A Time?   [Just a thought, I know you will enjoy your 23.
Fair Winds
Roger Henning
-----Original Message-----
From: Mick & Claire Roberts <claire@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: sanjuan23@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx <sanjuan23@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sunday, August 18, 2002 10:07 AM
Subject: Re: New Member

Welcome, Raleigh.  I had several names for my boat.  The old name was Blue Butterfly. (:>(!  Choices were Juan Mo' Time and Juan, Two, Three.  The winner was Juan Mo' Time so the other is still open as far as I know.
In Oriental, NC
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Saturday, August 17, 2002 8:16 PM
Subject: New Member

I recently purchased a 1979 San Juan 23  from Daryl Davis in the Dallas, TX area and trailered it back to my home in Chesapeake, VA.  The boat has no name and I haven't settled on a name yet, although I'm leaning towards "Juan For All".  I previously sailed a Chrysler C22 and am looking to sell it if you know anyone who might be interested.  I sail the lower Chesapeake Bay, James and Elizabeth Rivers and tributaries.  I am looking forward to interacting with other SJ23 owners.  Thanks for keeping the web site and e-mail lists up and running!
Raleigh Martin

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