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Re: Farewell




Dear Peter,
 
The SJ21 I bought had a more extensive set of sails AND it is much easier to haul in and out of the water.  I loved my SJ23, but she was more than my Rodeo 4 cylinder could manage.  She also had some soft spots on the deck that looked like more than I wanted to deal with.
 
Mixed feelings in Maryland,
 
Ned

-----Original Message-----
From: Peter McMinn
Sent: Nov 7, 2006 12:29 PM
To: sanjuan23@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Re: Farewell

Ned, I'm kind of a lurker on SJ 21, 23 & 24 sites and an "eventual" buyer of one of these boats. I go back and forth on their individual merits, weighing out various demands on lifestyle. I'm curious why you chose to move into the 21.
 
Peter

 
On 11/7/06, ned_cosby@xxxxxxxxxxxx <ned_cosby@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Dear SJ23 Friends,

I have sold my SJ23, Sonrise, and replaced it with a SJ21.  I've enjoyed my
association with you.

God bless,

Ned Cosby

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