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Congratulations! If you cruise through Island Sound later in the year, be sure to post or shoot us an email (gave you a boat card at Pussers last fall, at the boat show). It would be great to meet up with you guys again as you head south. -Argyle
Argyle, I am not sure we met last fall. I do not recall attending any boat shows then.
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Sorry, brainfart. Had you confused with someone else, the Pussars was flowing so I'm sure you understand.

Offer still stands though!

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Congratulations! My wife and I have about one year to go before I retire and we can slip the dock lines as well. Have fun!
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Congratulations! 11 years to go for us, so I will just live vicariously through everyone else in the meantime.
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Sorry, brainfart. Had you confused with someone else, the Pussars was flowing so I'm sure you understand. Offer still stands though!
LOL. Btdt.

We will likely be in your area in late October.
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Re: Full Time Cruisers

Congrats Tim. It's a great step.

We are also easing into our full-time cruising mode beginning this summer. We're heading your way, but won't arrive in the Maritimes until next season. This year we're taking three months to cruise the Great Lakes. Perhaps we'll see you in NFLD in 2015.
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LOL. Btdt.

We will likely be in your area in late October.
Now I remember, I bought a router from you!

By October I should certainly have that cabin sole project done (the reason I wanted the router).
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Now I remember, I bought a router from you! By October I should certainly have that cabin sole project done (the reason I wanted the router).
I knew I knew you from somewhere and with a screen name like Argyle which is in our family way back.
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Congrats Tim, we have been cruising since Oct 2010 ourselves. Hope to see you out here somewhere. But you might have to come south expecially during winter months. We haven't made it past the Chesapeake yet. But you like not being in a hurry to get anywhere.
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Congrats. You are exploring the area that I most want to explore, myself.
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