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Thank you ... special request ... personal update

From: Seaton
Sent on: Sunday, November 27, 2011 9:06 PM

First of all, I want to thank you for your patience with the dramatic reduction of meetings this year.

Second, I want to apologies for my dropping the ball. My personal life had a major interruption (see below for an update).

I am now in the process of planning next year. I ask that you take a little time and write an email letting me know what you would personally like to see for the year ahead. Also, in the next few weeks, I will be sending out a survey and I do hope you will fill it out and help make this group exceed your expectations.

Perhaps you would like to meet with me in the next few weeks, or in early January, to discuss your creative ideas for this group. If so, please let me know when you would like to meet. 

In January, I hope to secure a permanent location for SURF Incubator with up to 5,000 square feet.  Naturally, your input will be greatly appreciated.

Best Wishes & Happy Holidays,

Seaton
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UPDATE
My boat/home sank in February. She was hauled out and I spent the next 8 months doing repairs. The list of repair projects included replacing 61 planks, 80 butt blocks, 5,000 screws, 3,000 feet of caulking, new stem, new horn timber, 5 new frames, final layer of the transom, gutted the interior, replaced all 9 keel bolts and much more. This effort was a marathon with 12 hour days 7 days per week. Then, with the boat finally launched, I continued with rebuilding the interior and fixing deck leaks. Now, with the holidays before us, I will be taking it easy as I help a few clients/members move forward on their amazing projects.

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