Originally Posted by bazzer
Flame, I see from your profile that you have little sailing experience but a stack of posts and you profess to know all about safety. I think not. Maybe you have something to learn from this old salt
. I learn plenty every time I set foot on a boat. Living on about is not like sailing a boat.
You know, I DON'T profess to know all about safety. What I do know is that beginning sailors sometimes miss some crucial information, and on my blog I address what I've learned about those gaps. Nowhere have I ever claimed to be an expert in anything (unless you want to know about learning
disabilities or attention deficit disorder, but I've retired from that field.)
I've been sailing for an INTENSE six years, and while not an expert, I'm not completely ignorant either. I'm sorry but your first post did sound a littla arrogant. Now you want to stomp on me. What's next?
I know about Florida
storms -- not everything. I shared what I know. I know a fair amount about how to dock
a boat safely single-handed. I shared it. I haven't told anyone how to lay fiberglass
, or how to grind down their pistons or how to set a mizzen sail.
Why do you suppose that is?
Let's not have a food