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post #12 of Old 01-12-2008
A little less cheek
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Well, seeing how's it's 80 degrees outside, I was thinking of getting an air conditioner. But so far the north wind has filled in and brought the temperature down to about 70 degrees at night, so it's quite comfortable for sleeping. So living aboard during winter doesn't seem to be a problem here. Summer gets a bit warm.

What's with this shrink wrap, don't tell me they wrap boats up in plastic? Why would anyone want to live like that?

Just checking in.
Where ya'll keep'n the wimmin 'round here?
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