Knot Tieing 201

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I came across this and thought it might be useful. Being a boat owner, I find that there are some basic knots that simply are a must to know and really come in handy at times, whether on the boat of anywhere else.

Anyway, have fun. See how many you already know, see how many you can learn.

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As a former boy scout, mountain climber, and sometimes sailor I knew about 90 percent of the knots.  I have always loved messing with ropes and knowing knots always comes in handy.
June 23, 2007 10:55 AM
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