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Old 21-03-2019, 19:59   #1
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Please recycle

I cannot prove that putting plastics in my pocket to place into a recycling bin rather than landfill helps. Landfill, run off, ocean, the places I venture.
I cannot prove love of rig starring neither. How to torque stays and provide a mast with nothing.
Same story.. Used to many years of short sails to learn balance.
0100 hours. Holy tube with ball indicating lows of wind strength to be greater than 35 knot.
Full main. Over twice as much sail area of main leading fore of mast. A beating swell system. A skipper denying us a moment of power to get some down. A skiff. A cruising yacht that had only ever skiffed with swell; surfed (not known about other crews as bought as a used vessel).
Stay torques? Foremost lever snapped a long time after skiffing. Leeward stay twanged and broke a strand. Windward spreader bent. The sail area under water and under tension prevented us from self righting. I can knot understand this, as simple as individual help to keep earth clean. Slowly, we are either winning or going down together.
I enjoy carrying smelly rotten pieces of plastic too. Almost completes a system.
We sailed home..

BTW. I wouldn't know if we were beating or running with wind. She was tight as.

Skipper Joe
Forehand Jonathan
Forehand Nathan
Vessel Rob Legg 24 'Henry D' (a pretty little cruiser with lights, bunks, ice box, stove, radio, a couple of poles and a hook to grab floating plastic with)

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Old 21-03-2019, 21:45   #2
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Re: Please recycle

Earth's a very basic vacuum transport unit. Sometimes easier to understand than the complexity of countering forces on a relatively simple hydraulic skimming transport.
Recycling was fun that night.
A wind near port beam.
A port beam flooding tide recycling energy to counter heal.
A port quarter swell reducing surging flows although we breached plenty.
Recycling is easy if learnt on small scale such as 1 piece of plastic until home is reached.
Lol. Even our 3 names are recycled.. Loving a moment of memory
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Old 22-03-2019, 01:04   #3
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Re: Please recycle

Just to recycle the same old ship..
I'm happy to assist recycling but I'm not going to do too much. Life is such.
Twice the main area probably meant all up and a guy holding a clew off the forestay. Stays are gold (made of stainless).. Worth lots..

Too my friends that are still out there.. See ya in a couple or a few years.. I'm pretty sure the basic principles are the same today as per pre civilization. Dad's still an idiot. He does knot know what he is torquing about. They tried to expiation him per speeding but he was under sail.. Lol. His mast then snapped thus why we learn to torque stays.
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Old 22-03-2019, 06:35   #4
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Hmmm. Do I detect a case of PUI?


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Old 22-03-2019, 09:33   #5
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Influence yes.
Nothing unusual.
Snorted salt water this morning . Clears sinuses.

Hanging another 2-3 years bro. Nothing flash.. Sea intentions..

You remember sailing. Loose on edge. Balanced fulcrums with variables ready to catch.. Ice box (or fridge) loaded with a months supply. No need to go anywhere yet a rush to find eyes in the depth to play with.
Only seen 1 big fellow. Twice the size of boat. A bit shorter but easily twice our weight.
Only bite I remember was a little fellow in the marina. Stinging eyes maybe? Funny that my friend handed in my homework as his and was bitten.
Surreal? Yes.

BTW. My condolences to my family and friends that I know as well as the Legg family. She's a beautiful cruiser. Light weight, easily handled, carries plenty, I'm 6'3 and I bunk easily. Nice 1. Well designed.. I like the choice of rigging. She's dads why's rhythm.
Saving to liveaboard something that'd enjoy an ocean beating or a race boat.. Doesn't matter.. Protecting earth should matter most.

Are you with fair weather bro? I hope so. Twin cyclones up north. Be another many ship loads of rubbish to be Pacific, Indian.

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Old 22-03-2019, 12:20   #6
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Nathan, the first time I saw a grocery shopping bag leisurely floating fifty miles offshore, making its way slowly but certainly perhaps to Ireland or France, I admit I thought nothing of it.

Now, with all the talk of banning plastics and recycling, I can't help but wonder about all those poor Irish and Brittany families, being deprived of the bountiful plastics they've been harvesting from the sea for all these years.

One man's trash really is another man's treasure.
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Old 25-03-2019, 04:01   #7
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Hello hellosailor,
First time I looked through a window I thought nothing of it but by streaming the low pressure I was able to recycle the high pressure and get the leading edge wanting and willing to find point. Now both sides flow much more efficient.

When we jibed into a tack to circle back and add a piece to our growing stack we made a friend.
Like all good friends, I can not thank them because I don't know what they did and when said I guess they're them and I still can't thank them. Realizing animals protect earth and I'm prey to many.. I'm warry of some species but because we do the same thing they they, I I.
Sailing is recycling, birds know this very well. Dolphins, sharks, walruses all recycle hydraulic sails.

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It's either that or an extremely poor grasp of the English language.
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It's either that or an extremely poor grasp of the English language.
Or perhaps English isn't his first language and this is the result of google translating.
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Old 26-03-2019, 00:24   #10
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Hi.
Thanks.
No.

Having been taught proper with English didn't assist mutual translation with many another.
Being that of an animal; fulcrums, lengths and torques are our primary language and to sail is to assist mutual animals such as wildlife to admire while Watt is said.

How.

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Comes across as an AI Bot dipping its proverbial toes into the human world
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Old 26-03-2019, 01:18   #12
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Wazza

Sum Guy guy on tension applying force to torque A clew.
Flattering with break all, let the crew do.

With creed need of deed heed,
Let the younger ones feel freed.

Or be a moron and fail to enjoy a less on.
The front of that spinnaker is the major propulsion when screaming on reach,
Being banned from sail boat and forbidden to teach.
Go figure yourself.

I advise recycling.

Have a nice 1..

Wazza.

I'd love u 2..

Wazza,

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Old 26-03-2019, 02:11   #13
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Beers and boys,
Tears and toys.

Anyone in Adelaide interested in helping me recycle dads cruising boat. PM me.
I haven't permission but I've looked. 18 foot skiff rig will get us +300% run. +20% beat. + 3 meat on the treat to improve run N beat.

Interested in cans with the keelers.
Maybe 1 or 2 seasons in 2-3 seasons.

Wazza.
Nothing better to do.

Wazza.

As long as guard rails can easily attach to cruise with when without man overbeam.

Wazza.

(I'm probably lying)

Wazza

Wazza

Wazza

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Old 26-03-2019, 03:29   #14
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I think you guys want to redirect emotional use of good. I'm same as you! I eat meat pie, I place plastic in pocket, someone else recycles that later having taken it home to place in public take recycling bin.

I'd prefer keep original mast.
16 footer (same size but high kite) on gum tree ($300)
18 footer new carbon achievable but doubted to suit me.

Many smaller problems such as rudders leading edge. That shifts about 10mm at hull knots 15+. A small lock.

Keeping big Bertha cruiser kitty just in case I response ability to achieve an ocean playtime.

I'm gone.
Wazza

Wazza

Wondering what the next generation will play on.. Barge droppings?
Lots of filth..
I have sailing friends. I haven't asked.
Just stupid English writing blaming myself because..

My problem is your problem.. Have a looksy..
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Old 26-03-2019, 03:43   #15
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