Originally Posted by Cruisingdad
Personally, I blame WingNWing for all of this. SHe's always so nice, has lots of great answers, is supportive, gets together with SN members off the board, etc. ... Just watch, next she'll tell you she doesn't have two grills
on her boat. I am just counting the days...
He's totally saying this 'cuz he's flattered that we took his suggestion to get a grill
for our boat before heading off to the Bahamas. That grill
earned us a lot of friends, he's right about that. See, we never used it, so we had all these surplus 1-lb propane cans. They commanded a very high price in trade items when a bunch of us were stuck in the Exumas by winter storms
Seriously, though, I'm liking the analogy of Sailnet being like the neighborhood bar in a harbor town - a lot of bluster, some colorful characters you can really learn from, some to watch out for, some days its fun, some days its sketchy. Pass the rum, please.