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Old 04-07-2008
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David,

You need to quit drinking those buds or equal tween the tasks at hand, then you would be a bit smaller to get in the tight spots. Simple task.......yeah right!!!! Thats what they all say.

some stuff do myself, others wife says, too dangerous, ie going up a mast, altho it is kinda phun up there untill the legs lose there circulation...........

have not done bottom work, altho may in sept to try and fare the bottom a bit, to gain an advantage on the course, or should I say, catch up to the really fast boats......sails, they can make. Bimini's.....what is one of those, one of them slow you boat down thingy's on the cabin top?

I did redo the whole interior but new cushions. Varnishing, vinyl etc did myself. Waxing, etc to the decks, no biggy, new hardware etc easy enough.

Not sure if I am a yes or no or what should be added to question it depends! not disCUSSing the diaper version either. so that is my answer, take it or leave it, it depends.....not yes or no!

Marty
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