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    A sign of the times.

    Hi all
    One picture says it all. Maybe the next one will be for sail.
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    Greg, E30+, "Regulus II"
    San Pedro, CA

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    Principal Partner Chris Miller's Avatar
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    Saint Leonard, Md
    In our area the transfer of the 22-24ft power boat range up an income level has been pretty obvious. There are tons of them for sale on roadsides.
    I don't argue- if they are on a trailer in a field with a 4-sale sign, they aren't cutting across my bow
    Chris Miller
    S/V Sequoia
    1988 38-200 Hull #262

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    Contributing Partner Akavishon's Avatar
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    Boston, MA
    I accidentally overheard the conversation between a manager and an employee at one of our local WM stores ... the manager was saying that they should stock up on sailing equipment, as gas prices drive people to switch from power to sail.

    There are noticeably less power boats out there (outside of Boston Harbor) this season.
    '86 32-3 #678 "Vesna"

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    Principal Partner CaptDan's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Meanolddad View Post
    Hi all
    One picture says it all. Maybe the next one will be for sail.

    Capt Dan G>E35II "Kunu"

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