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Old 07-02-2007, 06:41 AM   #15
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Therapy,

I read the post; it is here, in the correct place, two posts above this one. Scroll up or down; using the slider bar on the right by putting your mouse on it and holding down the left arrow key and dragging it up and down; or use your up and down arrow keys on the key board; or page up and page down keys; 3 differant ways to display the rest of the current page.

In time you will figure out this board, and the various forums, keep clicking on things, you can't break it. If you make a mistake, like posting a topic in the wrong forum, the Moderator Team can correct it, move it to a more suitable forum. We are here to help. If you have questions, just ask. We have one forum dedicated to that: Board Announcements And/Or Questions. You may find those topics helpful.

I read your post and understand it, as well as having a better understanding of the problem with your knees.

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Old 07-02-2007, 06:50 AM   #16
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Old 07-02-2007, 12:23 PM   #17
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When I went cruising, one of my favorite things to do was to get up just before dawn, fix a great cup of coffee, jump in my dinghy and enjoy the coffee as I explored little inlets and coves. The sea smells just as good. The birds and the lapping waves sound the same. The motion of the boat playing with the water and the feel of the air caressing your cheek are still there. The sense of adventure is still there (especially if you are heading down Howe Sound for the Straight of Geogia).

I know......it's not the same....but it is one step closer to my dream. Enjoy the sea however you can.

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In time you will figure out this board, and the various forums, keep clicking on things, you can't break it. If you make a mistake, like posting a topic in the wrong forum, the Moderator Team can correct it, move it to a more suitable forum. We are here to help. If you have questions, just ask. We have one forum dedicated to that: Board Announcements And/Or Questions. You may find those topics helpful.

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Thanks.

What I don't know about now is how both responses ended up on one post.
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If you post two posts very shortly after each other (in the same thread) the software "thinks" that they should be combined. To keep them seperate you must wait 4 or 5 mins between posts (this in the same thread).
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I'm just getting around to visiting the Tavern as I wait on a download into i-tunes and so extend a late welcome to the forum. It's a great place to visit and learn.

I'm sympathetic to the issue of backs and knees. My husband jokes that he may have to make the harness for me that he'd planned for my aged auntie! Our multi-level boat is all steps up and down, but there you go. We just shouldn't get old. As long as I do my stretches and get enough walking in, I'm fine. If the back goes out, well, he'll have to strap me in for my watch.

And, if we ever get too old or wounded to handle Sea Venture, we'll downsize again. The thought of never sailing isn't allowed, even if one of us (probably me, the younger one) has to be hoisted on board!
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