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Old 10-05-2009, 17:33   #1
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Hello Cruisers Forum.

Greetings to all.

Out of respect for the fine people here and the tireless moderators, I'm taking the time to say 'Hi' rather than just pillage your site for all it's useful information. Might as well be civil, right?

About a million years ago, and twice as many dollars, I bought a Pearson Ariel with the intention of turning it into a weekend lake home here in MN. Now I'm really hoping to turn it into my home somewhere where the butter stays melted all year 'round.

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Old 10-05-2009, 18:12   #2
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About a million years ago, and twice as many dollars, I bought a Pearson Ariel with the intention of turning it into a weekend lake home here in MN. Now I'm really hoping to turn it into my home somewhere where the butter stays melted all year 'round.

Cheers!
Come on over. The water's fine and the butter is liquid...

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Aloha Tony,
Welcome aboard! I think the Ariel is a great little cruiser. Sailing and living aboard definitely is a bit more comfortable where clean shorts, t-shirts and flip flops are formal wear.
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