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Finding Peace

I began my sailing life as a kid in an 8ft El Toro and a 16ft Snipe on Lake Millerton in California’s San Joaquin Valley. I am concluding it as an 80-something in a Rhodes 19 on Lake Damariscotta on the coast of Maine. So what does this have to do with the hardy, oceangoing sailors who read magazine? Well, I’ve been where you’ve been, too, in between my lake-sailing daysailor days, and I’m here

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