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Old 10-17-2009
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People, please free your minds from the box. Please try! A 4' tub might be a carbon fiber surplus gun turret from an Israeli tank turned upside down, fitted with some ballast, a carbon fibre stick and a SS rudder. there isn't a coral reef or a bullet for that matter that could bother him. Iv'e seen the likes of those little boat contraptions. sitting in a volcanic hot spring up the Rio Dulce, Guatemala. The Cap'n was stringing his guitar to a fair damsel singing his tune. Ain't no lie! Mr. KeelHaulin are you saying that even a lifeboat should have a lifeboat. Most full keel small sailboats are far stronger than any life boat or liferaft. They just need some modifications. I could go on forever, but it is probably pointless. Also as a newbie, maybe I should just learn, which I have already from sailnet and keep my experiences to myself. And folks don't let a day go by without doing some little thing toward your dream no matter how small or you will always be just a goingtobe.
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