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Long Story GB36
Long Story
Sturgeon Bay, WI
1977 36' Classic

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PostPosted: Tue Oct 03, 2017 1:38 pm    Post subject: Moving Aboard - And Does anyone Read this Board Reply with quote

There never seems to be any activity on this board...?

Okay moving aboard in 6 months, the countdown is happening. Stuff is being sold, and up till now wife seemed good... all the sudden, parting with stuff is heartbreak... is this common out there...
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Boydski
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Olympia, WA
2007 Eastbay 39 sx

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Olympia, WA

PostPosted: Wed Oct 04, 2017 11:22 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Parting with all of the "stuff" you have accumulated over the years is one of the best parts of living aboard a boat. It took me several years to completely rid myself of boxes full of junk that I had in storeage. Every year the storage unit got smaller and smaller (which feels like a big victory), eventually going away completely.

It may feel like a heartbreak now, but every piece that you get rid of, is less stress in your life.

Good Luck,
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Long Story GB36
Long Story
Sturgeon Bay, WI
1977 36' Classic

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PostPosted: Mon Oct 09, 2017 7:56 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Boydski wrote:
Parting with all of the "stuff" you have accumulated over the years is one of the best parts of living aboard a boat. It took me several years to completely rid myself of boxes full of junk that I had in storeage. Every year the storage unit got smaller and smaller (which feels like a big victory), eventually going away completely.

It may feel like a heartbreak now, but every piece that you get rid of, is less stress in your life.

Good Luck,


Thanks so much for the reply. Yes we also rented a unit and thanks to some successful sales we think it is already too big

Russ
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