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(Today's weather, from Intellicast)

Details for Sunday
Very windy with sunshine. High near 60F. Winds W at 35 to 50 mph. Winds could occasionally gust over 60 mph. Sunday night: Mostly clear skies. Gusty winds during the evening. Low around 30F. W winds at 25 to 35 mph, diminishing to 10 to 15 mph.

We bought the SJ21. Cuz the only thing better than a money pit is TWO money pits. Thanks for everyone's advice on this purchase.
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Haha! Stinging wit from Mastah TwoHulls. Yer right -- that is one brutal shade of yellow. Should be easy to spot from the air when floating hull-up.
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Was that picture taken in Colorado ?
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Bob, many congratulations on your new boat.

She looks fine and pretty to me.

Yellow is one of my favorite hull colours.

May she serve you good and in happiness

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What are you going to name her??
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Umm...Mellow Yellow, Banana Wind, Electrical Banana, The Yellow Rose, yellow Submarine!
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Bob...here, a present form uncle Alex....

Something wasn't right in your boat....so I made you a nice keel...

Don't let anyone give you crap...if they do..show them the keel. It needs painting, but, hey...no one's perfect.

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