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post #10 of Old 04-08-2009
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My fishing neighbor always brings back his catch and if he has extra he will clean and fillet them and give them away to anybody who wants them.
We always have impromptu dinners at the gills; we all cook our own meat and than share salads, sides, etc. It does not have to be a special event, this happens on a regular basis. (the fillets from above will be shared by all)
When casting off or approaching, we always lend a hand if the captain asks for a hand.
My neighbor helped me install my new speakers last year.
We lend each other tools if needed.
My neighbor let me borrow his inflatable so I could wash my hull.
The first one up in the morning makes the coffee and anybody who wants some is welcome to it.
I am known on the Docks as the omelets King. If I'm making omelets anybody who wants one is welcome to it.
We have raft off parties; we anchor in close proximity and swim to the beach or each other's boats.

You guys need to find new neighbors, we have very little to complain about.

Courtney is My Hero

If a man is to be obsessed by something, I suppose a boat is as good as anything, perhaps a bit better than most - E.B. White

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