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Old 01-16-2011, 03:43 AM   #21
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RE: Looks like a sad ending for the Willard 30

" Great starter for someone handy. Ideally with a place to keep it cheaply."

This means usually a mooring,

which today is no sweat as the battery tools with a spare batt will usually work for a workday.

Some marinas will have a mud berth , that is only accessible at high tide , REALLY cheap, and with the marine store nearby , lots of time can be saved for the price of wading boots.

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