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    Default Midsummer Greetings from Finland

    Greetings from Lake Kallavesi and salute to Paul (PAR) who passed before the launch.
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    Default Re: Midsummer Greetings from Finland

    Beautiful!

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    Default Re: Midsummer Greetings from Finland

    Happy Juhannus!

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    Default Re: Midsummer Greetings from Finland

    Hi, very nice photo

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    Default Re: Midsummer Greetings from Finland

    Thanks!

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    Default Re: Midsummer Greetings from Finland

    Very pretty!

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    Default Re: Midsummer Greetings from Finland

    Wow! She’s gorgeous!

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    Default Re: Midsummer Greetings from Finland

    Looks like she moves along nicely:

    https://youtu.be/EvC4I7rlShg



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    Default Re: Midsummer Greetings from Finland

    Beauty. Paul was a neat guy. Its great to see her in the water!

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    Default Re: Midsummer Greetings from Finland

    Deilig Sankhanskveld! Det var ikke s fint i Pacific Northwest .

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    Default Re: Midsummer Greetings from Finland

    Quote Originally Posted by StevenBauer View Post
    Looks like she moves along nicely:
    That video is from last Summer when I had the prototype sails made of polytarp. Even better now with 'real' sails

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