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Old 03-27-2009
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Originally Posted by imagine2frolic View Post
IZZY,

I have to agree with you neither way is wrong, and that was my point.

CD,

Which specific thoughts would you like for me to express? I was trying to express that with a small boat, and a small amount of money. You can have just as much fun as a big boat.

A large boat, and the funds to care for it is what suits me now. I am much older, ache, not quite so nimble, and not quite so strong either, so the cat suits me now. I would do it all over again in Frolic if need be.
Now that you have cruised, both large and small, which equipment would you take, not take, consider essential, and only put on board if you had the money?

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