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Thanks for sharing your story Jim. I was at my boat in Longport and can attest to the storms. I was safely in my slip and remember thinking I'm glad I'm not out there. There were 80mph gusts out off of Ocean City but apparently very localized. Longport got a lot of rain and lightning but not much wind. Sorry about the dishes but glad you got through.
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Great story

Thanks for sharing it with us.
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Yep, our dishes are stored behind doors in the vertical position so no help there. But I loved the story!
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That basically looks like a disassembled Eco-Horn, available at WM.

Probably, but at WM, it's the same PSI at twice the price...on sale!
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My friend just has vertical pegs that you lift the dishes over and out, a bungee goes over the pegs if needed. The doors just hide them.

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