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oh it would be a striaght shot in for me.....still............might be something I would like to try if I had hands aboard......definately a skill worth cultivating
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How excited am I ........a friend sent me an 8 day clock off a Russian submarine . I know it will be a departure from things that look period on the Skipjack , but it's so neat I just can't help myself . Wish he could have got me some small thermo-nuclear devices , but I am way pleased with my latest aquisition . hahaha.....has the red Soviot star in the 12 o'clock position .
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I live in Mechanicsville just up the road from you. Keep my boat near Solomons. I would love to stop by and get a tour of your boat.


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No prob Dan....just let me know a day ahead of time so I'm sure to be there . Proud to meet you . Best way to contact me email jc07smith at aol dot com

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Picture of Kjango

I have pictures of Kjango and of Skipjack but have not been able to post them to this site. I know about photbucket but what is wrong with sailnet????

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Kjango—

Please edit your post so that the e-mail address isn't in machine readable form, unless you want a lot of spam.

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The photo attachment process on sailnet is basically broken. YOu're much better off posting the photos to a flickr.com, photobucket.com, smugmug.com or picasa web album account and then linking to your photo via the IMG tags by clicking on the icon.


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Good job Ron.....even I'm anxious to see the pictures & I see Skipjack every day.....My life is that good....Every day is a Skipjack day
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Isn a "Skipjack" one of those angels that left heaven cause sailing was better ?????
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Kjango-

Go back and edit post # 114. Change the e-mail address to jc07smith {at} aol {dot} com. Really, you don't want to leave it the way you have it.
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Good job Ron.....even I'm anxious to see the pictures & I see Skipjack every day.....My life is that good....Every day is a Skipjack day

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