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Old 27-03-2019, 08:56   #31
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Re: Anchoring Where has the respect gone ?

Experience will dwell.
Truth if read well.
A lesson without sell
and a beat into swell.

Maybe that anchored submarine is wondering with tide?
Dank dank and clank, upset with his hide?
Love u2 2. A smiling old man
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Old 27-03-2019, 09:07   #32
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If interested.. The sheets control the back of the cloth.. The low pressure high flow stream.
The windward of sail is rocket fuel store team.

High to low.
Shoot such to burst go.

I like this anchorage..
Rock N roll. Sweet dreams of flow.
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Old 27-03-2019, 09:35   #33
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To me there are three types of anchorers:

The Neophyte: Truly doesn't have a clue.....but is trying.

The Sophomore: The person who believes they know everything about anchoring, including how everyone else should anchor. They often worry about space and typically require far more than is necessary. They will spend inordinate amounts of time complaining and advising others how and where they should anchor.

The Old Salt: Has been anchored hundreds if not thousands of nights. Doesn't care what other people do, how they do it or how much room they leave. When issues arise, they deal with it, then go back to bed.
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Old 27-03-2019, 17:31   #34
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To me there are three types of anchorers:

The Neophyte: Truly doesn't have a clue.....but is trying.

The Sophomore: The person who believes they know everything about anchoring, including how everyone else should anchor. They often worry about space and typically require far more than is necessary. They will spend inordinate amounts of time complaining and advising others how and where they should anchor.

The Old Salt: Has been anchored hundreds if not thousands of nights. Doesn't care what other people do, how they do it or how much room they leave. When issues arise, they deal with it, then go back to bed.
So true Shrew, so true.

I've seen many an advertising of the modern pocket rockets.. Just a thought if the skippers of such wish a balance of mind with their future find.
A lessons out there if you want 1. I like welcome to chat type anchorages too.

The pocket rockets won't plough and punch through like the do of truck with a crew, so let's find a clew.
The leading edge clew, otherwise known as the foot. With practice.. Flowing the reverse side of the sail flows the low pressure system! Watch that clew, the foot! When that is on flutter, fuel is within the high pressure build on the front of propulsions film.
Sheet pull then release, short burst.. Useful when having to punch over and partially through a wave to surf +1.

That why's to flow the back of the sail. If unstable; at clew of foot; stronger than a stance half way up a spar that could snap a stick..

Rum? Yes please. Although I think I only drink milk and water.. (Unless coffee and tea count).
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Old 27-03-2019, 19:44   #35
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I remember watching a video of a past old man; Bruce Lee. I'd never met him, he'd past away 9 months prior my birth. I remember him saying, unable to quote, " It is (k)not brag because how will they (K)no(W) if I do (k)not tell.(?)."
Do you sea Watt I mean? How is read.

So sailing.. How do we flow the back side in all directions of wind?
We can make a stink and go high point.
We can enjoy sailing.
We can dead run having done our best to respect the non fluid masters.
I have only visited Holyhead; Anglesea; North Wales once. Upon arrival a freak sudden storm flooded our entry path. We were in the high mountains, on the main road with a half fathom strong side current to drive through.
Last time I visited Ukraine, I watched a young girl walk into and out of my neighbours apartment. Half hour, twice shower. That night our buildings electricity transformer blew up. My preferred housing; dark. Days after leaving Kiev; Ukraine heavy rain flooded their subway.

If wanting to sail with favoured winds, respect earth.
If wanting a favoured body knot system, respect your neighbours and that should include many mummies and my assumption that they'd prefer to stay home.

I'd enjoy anchoring near many off you. Benefits such as left overs and gifts are often loved by us humans and those who swim around looking..

Nice planet aye
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Old 27-03-2019, 19:53   #36
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I have never used it before, but I now have a reason to use the "Ignore" feature !
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Old 27-03-2019, 20:09   #37
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Just is writing true.
Sailing taught me two catch two clew.
Caught a gypsies wrist as she stole 4900 currency from my pocket, Odessa; Ukraine.
I'd love to live there.. Earths largest catacombs.
How are you guys doing?
I believe I'm as humble as most. Me too.
Do you guys sail much on anchor is wonder with eye.
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Old 27-03-2019, 20:31   #38
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I have never used it before, but I now have a reason to use the "Ignore" feature !
I guess that its ignore or leave, seems to be posting all over.
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Old 27-03-2019, 20:58   #39
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Just is to accept without ignore.
Sail learning's help to understand counters with explore.

I'm awaiting tide, to sail off pick and ride.
A beautiful Earth.

Grandma in intensive care a few days now.
I'm missing her yet the planet's still wow.

I'm out. Congratulations to the masses.
My shout, soon she passes.
Fair winds, love thee neighbour.
Hoping she gets well feelings.
Wishing you all best feeds and strong holds.
Bye
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Old 27-03-2019, 22:41   #40
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I helmed a windward stay less Dragon during gale and she is a full sail or nothing vessel because if conditions were above her plough would bury beyond fore of cockpit and she'd sink.
Dragons were known as submarines, one Dragon had sank at marina entrance; Royal South Australian Yacht Squadron.
Having been employed to passage skippers and crews to and from their anchorages, other duties included towing breakdowns onto and off of anchorages. Duties also included taking a club boat; a lovely Dragon, out on joy rides whenever I wanted. This included using low power skiffs (outboard Legg) and their tight fishing anchorages as fun around the cans times. They didn't mind, we remained friendly, waving, short conversations, never catching their lines.
Eg"HI, ANY LUCK"
"NOTHING, THAT LOOKS ALRIGHT"
"YEAH SWEET AYE, WHAT YOU AFTER? "
"WHITING,"" FLATHEAD""MULLAWAY"...
we heard schools yell..
It's a flying Dragon..

Eg. I think this is an anchorage.. Just sailing around. If vessel looks needy, we assist.

I agree with above.. Eg. Some of you. Get a bigger anchor, I'm not your mate! But I would assist if needed. Life's that simple.
Get a clew, go sail and enjoy.
I look like an idiot
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Old 28-03-2019, 00:03   #41
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Hence hi.
"Hello, catching any fish or do we need helm all night? "

A bloke that swam ashore with his past canine; German Shepard x Kelpie, while 6 dolphins continually circled us until near on shore.
(That should read true even if Google translated).

"Hi, seen any swing room or are we with need 2?"

Wishing you all well.

I'm out
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I helmed a windward stay less Dragon during gale and she is a full sail or nothing vessel because if conditions were above her plough would bury beyond fore of cockpit and she'd sink.
Dragons were known as submarines, one Dragon had sank at marina entrance; Royal South Australian Yacht Squadron.
Having been employed to passage skippers and crews to and from their anchorages, other duties included towing breakdowns onto and off of anchorages. Duties also included taking a club boat; a lovely Dragon, out on joy rides whenever I wanted. This included using low power skiffs (outboard Legg) and their tight fishing anchorages as fun around the cans times. They didn't mind, we remained friendly, waving, short conversations, never catching their lines.
Eg"HI, ANY LUCK"
"NOTHING, THAT LOOKS ALRIGHT"
"YEAH SWEET AYE, WHAT YOU AFTER? "
"WHITING,"" FLATHEAD""MULLAWAY"...
we heard schools yell..
It's a flying Dragon..

Eg. I think this is an anchorage.. Just sailing around. If vessel looks needy, we assist.

I agree with above.. Eg. Some of you. Get a bigger anchor, I'm not your mate! But I would assist if needed. Life's that simple.
Get a clew, go sail and enjoy.
I look like an idiot
And you do it so well.
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I have never used it before, but I now have a reason to use the "Ignore" feature !
I've used lots of times, but sometimes I'm slow so thanks for the reminder
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Just is writing true.
The point many are trying to make in their responses to you, is that maybe you have some valuable information to communicate, but

the bizarrely incomprehensible language you are using discourages trying to figure out its meaning, so

most members will just skip your posts instead.

Just on the off chance you aren't just trying to entertain with some kind of whimsical poetry or performing art.

If that is the case carry on.

Otherwise, maybe get back on your meds, or get help to get the mix adjusted?

Or, if you're intentionally trolling, please stop.
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I believe I'm as humble as most. Me too.
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I too, am incredibly humble! We rock, you and I.
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