Great idea this singles networking group.
I'm new here but not new to sailing and a 59 year young divorcee without kids
who is looking for a first mate, or co-captain (serious, I can handle that with the right woman).
Just got my own classic California
32 which needs a bit of work. After that we (cat and me and preferably female first mate) will be heading for Europe
and check out those coasts for the first time in my life. Will also be semi-working aboard although I'm semi-retired.
It would be great if I find a soul mate to share my love of the freedom of the sea and the wind
with and co-owning the boat is of course possible. Must love wooden boats though, so she will do best if she loves lots of work and can work with tools on wood. I'm the one who will continue to say that you look pretty when you are covered with grime, sweat sawdust and wood chips.
I also hope she is a bit of an intellectual who likes to visit interesting historical, architectural, etc. places and likes going to concerts and other performance arts.
My cat 'Jaws' also has some requirements. The lady will have to ask him directly what they are, but he is low maintenance
Naina, your dishes look delicious. How about sharing some? Don't tell me that, apart from a seasoned sailor you're also a good cook.
It sounds like you are changing your life drastically. So am I.
Would love to live in the Mediterranean
. Where do you want your future boat to be berthed, Naina?
I hope you get your boat. You sound like you are ready and willing and can do it. Men
or women in our lives are indeed not the ones creating the changes we need, they are the rewards for our changes and with them one can celebrate one's success.
Sorry ladies who are in the USA, but I speak on purpose with preference with European single
ladies, considering where I am heading.
Apologies for my wordiness. Got so enthused about this place. Will keep it shorter in next postings.