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Halekay...everytime I see one of these photos of yours that shows everything clean, polished, tidy, painted, sorted, in order, organized etc...

THIS comes to mind
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I'm very disappointed that you don't have the individual compartments in the organizers labeled.

Lately, I've been using these great fishing tackle boxes to organize the parts. The box holds four smaller organizer trays, and has a large compartment up top for tools and such.

Unfortunately I'm a little beyond that size now... Just did a major re-wire 4 day project and left the boat ZERO times for supplies! It took me 30+ years to get to this point though!!
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Halekay...everytime I see one of these photos of yours that shows everything clean, polished, tidy, painted, sorted, in order, organized etc...

THIS comes to mind
Yep I'm a little over the top with clean but then again I'm allergic to mold. People always get a kick out of my 29 year old bilge with the original gelcoat...



And one more so I don't officially hi-jack..
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Hey..we have something in common...I'm allergic to mold too....

That's why I ahve a cleaning lady clean my boat everyweek...and in the winter remove the mattresses of the boat.
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You mean bilges start out white?
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I only carry a few odds and ends aboard just in case...
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Cotter pins, keyway pins, gas and paddle. For us trailer tra.. err, I mean sailors... it's all about getting back to the ramp
When I owned a trailer sailor, we kept an extra handle for the trailer winch in the back of our car. We learned this lesson the hard (very hard) way
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I only carry a few odds and ends aboard just in case...
Wow you weren't kidding in your email the other day..? What happens when it gets rough? Is it like you're in the shooting gallery at the country fair with everything flying around?
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