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Re: Every day's a good day in Paradise...

Originally Posted by JonEisberg View Post
Aw, c'mon Gary - it was a BEAUTIFUL day on the Chesapeake on Monday... OK, so it WAS a tad nippy, but you've got a cockpit enclosure, right? (grin)

Definitely an steep uphill climb out of my warm sleeping bag that morning for a departure at 0300... By the time I'd finished my 3rd cup of coffe/hot chocolate blend, I was beginning to wonder whether the sun would EVER come up again...

A cockpit enclosure would be criminal on this boat, but a set of weathercloths sure would be nice... (grin)
Jon, that's some cold looking stuff! Are you on a Tayana Cutter? Looks a lot like it judging from what I can see of the topside. LOVE THOSE BOATS! As beautiful as it is I'd rather be in the Key's right now after seeing Travlin's pictures. I doubt that any tropical vacations are in our near future after our purchase.

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