Harmony sold

The second happiest day in a boat owners life,

The first is purchase day.
I have often heard that saying

I always find it a bit puzzling

my experience over owning several boats is that the day you sell them is always a sad one

you invest a lot of memories in a boat

this one took us on an amazing journey around an amazing island

She was designed by a genius for use in British Waters.

for 26 feet she is stiff, forgiving, commodious, easy to live with, takes the ground, deals with the waves.

Magnificent boat a Centaur.

we did the long sail from Chichester Harbour to the Firth of Forth - 500 miles - six days sailing - four nights.

With two fine men

Then Jill and three young adults joined us for the Moray Firth

Dolphins, marvelous harbours, clear water, bright blue skies, sand, big tides


then Jill and I sailed alone up to orkney - magnificent beaches, to Shetland - tidal races, cliffs,, through Yell Sound and south making landfall at Loch Eribol when we could smell the heat

We then slowly sailed south, through the Crinnan and left her on the Clyde.

She was great and I am sad to see her go -

I will miss the headroom. I know that there will be days this summer when I will be storm bound on some pontoon in a scottish three day rainshowerand I will remember with fondness the size of her cabin

I was also sad to see the slug go

The Enterprise, the Tarpon, the Solo, the E Boat , the Sonata, the Seafarer were all good boats - and I was sad to see them go

Boats make me happy. But no-man should have more yachts than he has arses

Right now Katie L will be good for the west coast - she will allow me to get into all sorts of places I couldnot get in a Centaur.

I plan to buy another for the bits around the outside of Ireland and the Channel Isles

So I have kept my lovely red sail

and she will ride the forestay of abother proud Centaur.

Read more at http://www.ybw.com/forums/showthread.php?424868-I-sold-Harmony-today-small-price-guessing-game#z2AKCtsALAaVgCvj.99



She is ready for the taking. Harmony is probably the best Westerly Centaur to come on the market for years.

She was built in 1979 and has a great 18hp Volvo 2002 which has been lightly used well maintained. It runs like a beaut - she can be heard in several films starting from cold, she can he heard at idle and at speed.

Harmony is a classic  B layout with two quarter berths, a double in the bow and a fifth in the saloon. We spent two weeks with five aboard and on one night seven people sat and drank in the saloon - all of them men, five of them German.

The saloon table can be used in the cockpit - under the cockpit tent if it is raining. Jill and I lived aboard her for three months - she is warm, dry and spacious -  for a 26 footer.

She is a great sea boat with a good main and a pair of used genoas - one is in lovely nick but needs a new UV strip. I am keeping the red genoa for the next Centaur I buy.

Harmony  sits happily on the mud or sand and sails much, much better than her reputation. Over the 500 miles from The solent to the Forth she averaged 4.1 knots with three blokes sailing her around the clock.

The standing rigging is in good condition but of unknown age - it was inspected  from top to bottom and tested in the journey around Orkney and Shetland. I am confident that the mast will not fall down.

The hull has been epoxied - her only fault is a bent pulpit from a collission some years ago resulting in a damp spot on the foredeck - currently being controlled and slowly dried with the help of various rubbery unguents.

I will really, really miss this boat.




S2290018 S2310045 side view S2310042 Westerly Centaur side view S2310041 front view S2310040 stbd side S2220052 prop S2220056 running strait S2220055 keel S2220059 rig S2220058 bent pulpit S2220051 radar S2220050 stern quarter S2220048 rigging S2220047 stanchion S2220049 window S2220054 under view S2220044 stern S2220043 rudder S2220042 keel S2220041 keel 1 S2220040 centaur bow S2310046 side view S2310036 cockpit floor S2310033 stern cockpit S2310032 foredeck S2310034 radar S2310035 hatchway S2310031 saloon 1 S2310030 saloon 2 S2310029 saloon 3 S2310014 cool box S2310013 light S2310012 clock and barometer S2310010 quarter berth S2310009 galley S2310007 chart wrack S2310006 wet closet S2310011 quarter berth S2310003 front berth 1 S2310001 front berth S2220062 window S2310019 volvo 18 hp 2002 S2310025 tool box S2310026 electric panel S2310027 comms panel S2310024 keel bolts 1 S2310023 keel bolts 2 S2310015 keel bolts 5 S2310020 keel bolts 4 S2310021 keel bolts 3 S2310004 bog


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72 Responses to “Harmony sold”

  1. 10 October, 2014 at 1:32 pmGlenn Webster says:

    Nice advert, nice boat, I’m sure you will soon sell it. Like the photo of the radar dome with the tree growing out of it! G

  2. 11 October, 2014 at 11:08 pmroger ball says:

    No way, i thought you were coming back down the west coast, ah thats a shame. Still it was a great adventure. What happens it if doesn’t sell? What’s yer plan, go round again maybe?

  3. 11 October, 2014 at 11:45 pmdylan winter says:

    I am going to try to sell her where she is….I have time and the winter storage is paid. Naturally there is a plan B

  4. 12 October, 2014 at 1:40 pmDjeffery says:

    “…the next Centaur I buy.” For around Ireland?

  5. 12 October, 2014 at 2:40 pmdylan winter says:

    depends how much I can get for this one – if I can get enough money for Harmony to cover the debts with enough left over to do the well thing then I would be on the look out for a Centaur with a knackered engine


  6. 13 October, 2014 at 1:44 pmGiles says:

    Still on about the well thing – after all your fears melted in the most lobster potted area of the world? You’ll get drag from the hole and noise from the outboard. On a still day (when you most need to use the engine) you’ll probably be sitting in exhaust fumes too. Can’t see the advantage myself…
    Perhaps you have an epoxy fixation and can’t wait to experiment.
    KTL mate – all the best G

  7. 13 October, 2014 at 1:53 pmdylan winter says:

    two lobster pot snags during this summer

    one manually untangled

    the second I had to cut the pick-up bouy

    that one was at 80 meters depth just off Orkney at 3.45 in the morning

    bloody frightening

    I hope that is enough

    one of the advantages, should this ever happen, is that I will be a few thou better off

    I was rooting for you in your recent adventure – must have been quite a trip

  8. 13 October, 2014 at 9:41 pmGlenn Webster says:

    I personally like outboards for obvious reasons, accessibility, cost …….etc,etc. but like in the word itself OUTboard, not keen on
    a well fitted motor. Like Gilles States a lot of drag so you need extra HP to get over that, fume issues, space that is taken up.
    Just can’t see the point myself in the well unless it’s part of the original design. G

  9. 13 October, 2014 at 9:42 pmGlenn Webster says:

    D. Is Katie L getting dusted off ready for the west coast? G

  10. 13 October, 2014 at 10:34 pmdylan winter says:

    going up in November to put a cover over her once she has been brought ashore at granton – then the plan is to bring her through the canal system to the west coast and carry on sailing – aiming to spend at least two summers exploring the Scottish west coast

  11. 13 October, 2014 at 11:38 pmGlenn Webster says:

    Sounds a great move, worst bit getting from home to Scotland! I think you live not far from us.

  12. 14 October, 2014 at 9:54 amdylan winter says:

    every moment on the boat is pleasure – driving a car is horribly close to work

  13. 14 October, 2014 at 9:12 pmGlenn Webster says:

    I know what you mean, every time I’m on the boat is so special, I love it.

  14. 14 October, 2014 at 9:14 pmGlenn Webster says:

    I know what you mean, every time I’m on the boat is so special, I love it. Just wish I could get more time than I get at the moment.
    Mind you I’m looking forward to doing “Spirit” up over the winter ready for a full season next year. Will be 1-2 seasons on the east coast rivers.

  15. 14 October, 2014 at 9:17 pmGlenn Webster says:

    D. It’s great your films are trailblazing a route to follow! You have done some lovely filming of rivers, places, wildlife I watch them over and over.

  16. 14 October, 2014 at 9:18 pmGlenn Webster says:

    Tollesbury is a great place to start next season

  17. 14 October, 2014 at 10:10 pmdylan winter says:

    might I suggest the drying pontoons at Brightlingsea

    great place to base yourself as well

  18. 15 October, 2014 at 1:54 amGlenn Webster says:

    I will try them before I get the boat lifted. Thx

  19. 3 December, 2014 at 9:29 pmKeith Murray says:

    Hi Dylan. YOU have cost me a lot of money. Reading your blogs and watching your films gave me the creek crawling bug. I put my 30ft fin keeler in the Tollesbury sale but bought a shallow draft lift keel boat before selling the big in. Draws just 12 inches keel up. I suspect I will spend a lot of time on the mud. Roll on next season!!!
    Regards Keith

  20. 3 December, 2014 at 9:46 pmdylan winter says:

    aha- but think of all the money you will save in the future when you own just one short shallow boat rather than a deep big one


  21. 4 December, 2014 at 5:00 amJ. Peter Haliburton says:

    It has not saved me any money. Keeping my 23′ sailboat, and added a 12′ dinghy for exploring shallow and remote places. Also increased my Dye book collection with one on dinghy cruising.


    I’m starting to think that this Dylan Winter fellow is a bad influence on my wallet. :-)

  22. 22 December, 2014 at 4:53 amPaul Rogers says:

    Happy solstice Dylan. From today, for the next six months, your days will get longer and ours shorter.

    Not a happy thought for me, maybe ok for you.

    I am enjoying the vimeo films.

    Paul Rogers

  23. 22 December, 2014 at 8:30 amdylan winter says:

    thanks for that

    dark by 4.30 here

    not nice


  24. 13 January, 2015 at 1:18 pmWarren says:

    Hi Dylan
    Just wondering where else you are advertising Harmony.
    I assume you have Craig list or similar in uk
    In US http://www.sailingtexas.com/index.html. Seem to be a good free/donation site for selling a boat
    I thought with the high dollar it would make a good buy for a few European vacations if you don’t look at the numbers too close and then sell on when done….
    But off to work I go…..

  25. 13 January, 2015 at 1:24 pmWarren says:

    On ‘sailing Texas.com ‘ is this interesting boat
    And it’s in the UK
    Might be a little adventurous for KTL ‘ers though……

    (I never knew boat this existed! Great condition and display)


  26. 16 January, 2015 at 11:06 amJohn Booth says:

    Hi Dylan, I see that the price for your Centaur is down by a further £100 (as you said you would do!). I think your approach is a bit like the problem with economic deflation. Potential buyers have less incentive to make an offer if they know it will be another £100 cheaper next week. I nevertheless wish you well.
    Will you be “doing” the Irish Sea?

    John B

  27. 16 January, 2015 at 1:19 pmdylan winter says:

    open to alternative suggestions – at least this way it will go – it is too early in the year for people to really buy…. we shall see


  28. 25 January, 2015 at 9:54 pmDavid Logan says:

    A nice Centaur, probably as well sorted as Harmony (eg Engine and sails replaced in last few years, keels done, regular maintenance etc.) was recently advertised in PBO for £7500 and has been sold for £6000! Owner was retiring and wanted to sell, rather than hang on, but…….

  29. 25 January, 2015 at 10:03 pmdylan winter says:

    two phone enquiries so far and an offer – which was too low at this stage of the game – we have time – the selling season is only just starting to heat up

    my sailing friend John is currently trying to track down the right boat for him – a motorsailer – and I keep telling him to take his time – he has weeks to go yet


  30. 26 January, 2015 at 9:08 amRichard Sharp says:

    Its a good boat! Keep it!

  31. 26 January, 2015 at 9:58 amdylan winter says:

    it is a great boat…. but so is Katie L – look at all those places I have been that I could never have taken a Centaur. I think I will buy another for when I do the outside of Ireland and the channel islands. She did magnificently this summer and I have complete faith in her but I need to release the investment I have in her


  32. 15 February, 2015 at 1:11 amChristopher says:

    I could be tempted to take harmony off your hands, sail here on this side of the pond…..the intracoastal waterway would be a great spot for her…….the chesapeake, and down to florida.

  33. 15 February, 2015 at 8:07 amdylan winter says:

    But first you should spend the summer sailing her around the west coast of scotland – the finest sailing area in the UK by far


  34. 22 February, 2015 at 3:29 pmJustin says:

    So, Dylan. What makes it the finest sailing area of the UK?

    Where is the best place to keep a boat on the west coast?

    By the way I have been emptying my father’s house and found 2 almost unused trangia gas rings. One box is labeled in pen natural gas and the other’s shaft says calor.

    Do you want them? If so we could meet up in a pub. I live near Monmouth. We could meet halfway if you want them.


  35. 22 February, 2015 at 3:37 pmdylan winter says:


    trangia… thanks for the offer. I have stopped using gas on my boats – makes me nervous.

    As for the solent being the finest….well, people have voted with their boats and this is where they have chosen. It is also a darned fine area to sail with astoinishing facilities for those with pockets deep enough to enjoy. How many fine restaurants and harbours are there within a day’s sail?


    PS – I prefer Scotland

  36. 22 February, 2015 at 5:29 pmJustin says:

    I don’t like gas on my boats either.

    The Solent is wonderful. I loved it when I raced most of the time and someone else paid the bills. The South West seems pretty pricey and crowded too.

    So where is the best place to keep a boat on the West Coast. When I’ve sorted out my Bilge Keel Trapper 300 I’ll be thinking of moving it up there but it is a balance between cost and accessibility?


  37. 22 February, 2015 at 5:31 pmdylan winter says:

    dunno yet

    I will be ready to answer than question in about two years time


  38. 2 March, 2015 at 6:26 pmEuan Mckenzie says:

    Truth is there are lots of nice places to keep a boat up here and most but not all are very affordable too

    Its makes boating more available to all

    Its also vast and could take a lifetime to explore properly

    Only downside is we have less stable weather than others but its a balance that appeals to some and not to others

    I’m very happy being here

  39. 14 March, 2015 at 6:23 pmBruce Dibben says:

    I live and sail in West Wales at Milford Marina or used too as money now run out. A marina berth for a 26 footer about £1600-1750. The Irish sea is a cruel master but offers fabulous sailing. Sail here for a season and you could be competent enough to go most places with it’s 40 foot tides and strong Westerlies. Loved your peaceful and patient trips around our coast and creeks but sometimes the four knot syndrome which is average over a season just frustrates me now and sometimes I lust for 500hp diesels and the funds to feed them.I ask my grand daughter who is a camera freelancer for TV docs how you manage one handed to film such wobble free footage but she can’t figure you out.so theres a compliment.
    Keep up the good work and the pleasure that you have brought to so many of us.

  40. 14 March, 2015 at 9:35 pmRon G says:

    Well done. You were right about being patient for the sale. I guess £8,750

  41. 14 March, 2015 at 10:16 pmWill Frye says:

    Someone got a great boat at a great price. Well done.

  42. 14 March, 2015 at 11:14 pmIan Seddon says:

    Like you say a bitter sweet day – there’s plenty of Centaurs so what Dylan can make Dylan can make again.
    Enjoy the Irish sea almost like the ocean – not much like the North Sea.
    The adventure continues.
    All the best

  43. 14 March, 2015 at 11:33 pmdylan winter says:

    I shall enjoy the Irish sea – but first I plan on spending two summers in Scotland – overwinter at Kip marina if I can do a deal on talks for pontoons


  44. 15 March, 2015 at 9:48 amPaul Mullings says:

    Congrats on making the sale,as said a bittersweet moment, but summer and new adventure lie ahead….carpe diem!

  45. 15 March, 2015 at 10:13 amJustin says:

    Well done. Selling a boat is far too emotionally disturbing. That’s why so many of us have Poly-what-not!
    Looking forward to your further travels.

    I hope you can burn the odd dvd of the Year of the Centaur.

    Hope that the house sale goes well. Any ideas where you’re moving to yet?

    Good luck


  46. 15 March, 2015 at 10:37 amdylan winter says:

    Suffolk, Devon or Scotland are the places Jill is considering. I would like to live in Brightlingsea but she says no. She shows me a house and I ask how big is the shed and how far away is the nearest estuary?

    However, the plan is to sell the thatch, spend most of this summer in Scotland, spend the winter in a rented small cottage/mobile home in scotland and then buy next spring

    the house is here

    and I am a rich man – although the wide angle lens lies about scale and the house is unlikely to fetch the full price. Down here – close to the kids – a two bedroom terrace can be 500K.

    Jill is in charge and she places a Berlin wall around the sailing budget – so diverting money tied up in property into boats is verboten according to the Obergruppenführer

  47. 15 March, 2015 at 10:51 amJustin says:

    You have a beautiful house.
    I suspect that you’ll get your asking price and may even exceed it. Who knows, property prices are funny money.

    Both my daughters are buying houses at present so I know what you mean about massive mortgages. It’s the deposits needed that is the issue as although rates are low they need significant salaries to service the mortgage or a big deposit!

    Campbelltown is inexpensive as is Angle in Pembrokeshire but both are very remote.

    Suffolk is much pricier as is Devon.

    Jill may have a view based on location of your adult children!!!!

    Good luck.


  48. 15 March, 2015 at 12:29 pmdjeffery says:

    Congratulations on the sale of Harmony. Boats come and go, but that wonderful house…. That must be doubly hard to part with.

  49. 15 March, 2015 at 12:49 pmdylan winter says:

    Suffolk, Devon or Scotland are the places Jill is considering. I would like to live in Brightlingsea but she says no. She shows me a house and I ask how big is the shed and how far away is the nearest estuary?

    However, the plan is to sell the thatch, spend most of this summer in Scotland, spend the winter in a rented small cottage/mobile home in scotland and then buy next spring

    the house is here

    and I am a rich man – although the wide angle lens lies about scale and the house is unlikely to fetch the full price. Down here – close to the kids – a two bedroom terrace can be 500K.

    Jill is in charge and she places a Berlin wall around the sailing budget – so diverting money tied up in property into boats is verboten according to the Obergruppenführer

  50. 15 March, 2015 at 12:50 pmdylan winter says:

    I shall sob a little as I finally close the door on my daughters room

    but I will be glad to be free of the thatch bills and hopefully we will be living in a warm house

    I am sitting here with five layers on


  51. 15 March, 2015 at 1:15 pmPeter c says:

    congrats on sale, know how you feel, my skiff leaves today. house will go soon l’m sure. do l detect a shot of a sail on your screen in the den? mine looks like a marine flea market, as does my garage and back lawn.
    no wonder she who must be obeyed is not smiling today. l have only two layers on, but it does cost $450 cdn a month to heat an old 1300 sq ft farmhouse. heat is kept at 20c for her pet birds, l am just along for the ride.

  52. 15 March, 2015 at 2:29 pmRivercruiser says:

    yes, congrats on the sale

    sailing kitty should be in good shape now…

    have sold some property in an effort to move closer to warmer waters, bur spouse refuses to give up house in the north…

    we will be sailing together this spring so perhaps she will begin to think we don’t need it

    twice she made up her mind to move to be nearer our children (read grandchildren) and both times they moved before she found a suitable place near them LOL

  53. 15 March, 2015 at 2:34 pmdylan winter says:

    that is my worry – we will move to be close and they will jigger off

    I shall miss Harmony but no man needs two yachts and I can give the bloke who loaned me Harmony his share of the proceeds

    I had to dig pretty deep last summer but this coming one should be much easier

    this time last year I had yard bills in Littlehampton to settle, through hulls, unguents, petrol to and from home

    then last summer we spent a lot of time in marinas waiting for the weather to change

    worth every penny though – summer 2014 was my best ever afloat in a lifetime of sailing. The films keep it all alive and I am looking forward to getting them edited

    but I should clear the boat debts with boat money over the next few weeks.

    then hoping there will be enough left to but a £1000 Passat estate to use to tow Katie L around – and to help us move house. The trailer needs fettling too

    I am going to make sure that next winter Katie is parked on the drive under a tarp rather being left to her own devices in a scottish boatyard.

    I have no idea what state she is in


  54. 15 March, 2015 at 3:53 pmTed B. (Charging Rhino) says:

    That’s one advantage having a trailer-sailer, you can explore Scotland’s coast in Summers and still enjoy the Broads or Brightlingsea for a few weeks here and there. With that trolley-trailer KatieL should be an easy boat to shift around as the towing-fuel budget allows.

    And it’s so much easier to sort-out a boat for a new sailing season when it’s parked outside your own shed…and your own bed.

  55. 15 March, 2015 at 3:55 pmdylan winter says:

    I also love seeing it in the garden

    not sure SWMBO is that impressed with it as a garden ornament though


  56. 15 March, 2015 at 4:32 pmRivercruiser says:

    “I shall miss Harmony but no man needs two yachts and I can give the bloke who loaned me Harmony his share of the proceed”

    YIKES! forgot you promised the PO half the sale proceeds

  57. 15 March, 2015 at 5:42 pmdylan winter says:

    “To be truly challenging, a voyage, like a life, must rest on a firm foundation of financial unrest. Otherwise, you are doomed to a routine traverse, the kind known to yachtsmen who play with their boats at sea… ‘cruising’ it is called. Voyaging belongs to seamen, and to the wanderers of the world who cannot, or will not, fit in. If you are contemplating a voyage and you have the means, abandon the venture until your fortunes change. Only then will you know what the sea is all about.” -Sterling Hayden

  58. 15 March, 2015 at 10:37 pmPenelope says:

    Well done for selling Harmony I was very interested in buying her, but the MAN!! from the PRUE!!! could not get their act together so the search starts again. Good luck
    A sad Penelope

  59. 15 March, 2015 at 10:48 pmdylan winter says:

    the good thing about centaurs is that there are loads of them around. I reckon there are about fifteen on the market at the moment


  60. 16 March, 2015 at 8:04 pmEuan Mckenzie says:

    congratulations – I’m somehow saddened but very pleased for you at the same time. No hanging around and you can on with 2015 now.

    Have a look at Tighnabruaich when you sail past I’ve a feeling you’ll like it. It has a lovely old fashioned boatyard and great moorings tucked in at the top of the Kyles and as they say on the telly property programmes – its in budget!

  61. 17 March, 2015 at 9:43 amkev Briggs says:

    Well done with your trip so far, I am a bit sad the dvd’s are not being done any more though. You mention possibly getting a passat, I had one, but now have an old 406 estate ( w reg) cheaper to run and I think it tows better (just my opinion.)

  62. 17 March, 2015 at 7:08 pmdylan winter says:

    have had peugeots – but the vws have been better to us so far


  63. 18 March, 2015 at 11:35 amPaul says:

    Sad but great news on selling the Centaur. Also a bit sad on the DVDs. I’m way behind on the films because I got frustrated with trying to watch them online and gave up, but I’v decided to try and download them like I used to (years ago before my connection slowed to a snails pace!). I’v got a film half in right now and it hasn’t failed so its looking good! How about designing simple covers for each of the new DVDs and having a special page on the site where we can download them for a pound a piece, or just a paypal donation. If I can get the films to download, I’ll definitely want to make DVDs out of them to finish off my collection.

  64. 23 March, 2015 at 6:03 pmManning Harvey says:

    I am rather new to the KTL family. And have spent allot of time getting to know Dylan and his exploits. I almost was in a panic when I noticed you were selling Harmony ! What will I do on cold American winter nights now that I have gotten used to sailing with Dylan and along the the English backwater from the comfort of my big recliner and HD TV. While my own vessel pulled at her moorings in the Ashley River, Charleston, SC. From reading these posts I now see that ALL IS WELL with more to come thank God ! Be aware Dylan of women buying houses. They always find ways of finding things for us to do and away from the boats we love.

  65. 23 March, 2015 at 9:55 pmdylan winter says:

    thanks M,

    the films will continue = the aim is to post them during the winter when we need them. During the summer we have better things to do than sit at computer screens – other than to check the weather forecast.

    As for houses – moving will take up some time but Jill is well trained

    she does not trust me to paint windows because of the drips. She tells me about possible houses. I ask two questions – how big is the shed, how far from the sea

    D – aboard the boat – ashore – firth of Forth

  66. 25 March, 2015 at 1:01 amKeith Oulson says:

    And so turns another page in the continuing saga… Sad day indeed – I always looked at those with the SEG uttering that expression with contempt. I’d wager the only ones who find any appreciation of it don’t really know how to enjoy a boat in the first place.

    Stay safe Dylan, looking forward to the next installments of some of the best pass time around and that red sail is really sweet.


  67. 25 March, 2015 at 8:13 amdylan winter says:

    cheers Keith,

    the red sail will fly again. Meantime Katie L is filling my time. Getting used to a small cabin again…. aaagh!


  68. 9 April, 2015 at 9:57 amSteve W. says:

    Yes, but if in a cold spot in the US not too close. Huge chunk of ice fell from my roof to where my boat would have been were it not in the shop.

  69. 5 May, 2016 at 6:44 pmAdam Norman says:

    Hi Dylan
    I saw Harmony today on the visitor’s pontoon at Portavadie Marina on Loch Fyne. She was looking very good and I have to say I felt as if I knew her, a little star struck even having seen her in so many great videos!

  70. 5 May, 2016 at 7:37 pmdylan winter says:

    Jon is keeping her in better nick than I did


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