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How to transport a mast. Picture

Yesterday we pulled to mast and took it to the house for some wiring and overall tune up. Fortunately we live in a gated community where the marina is located so there is no need to get onto busy roadways. The golf cart is truly a multi-purpose vehicle.

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Re: How to transport a mast. Picture

Better pull that picture before the HOA sees you parked in a red zone. :-)
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The HOA here used to be a bunch of Nazis, but now the president is a good friend of mine so I don't worry much about them.
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There is no parking in the Red Zone. Passengers may load and unload in the White Zone only
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Re: How to transport a mast. Picture

That's OK he is in the pink zone, that that just means you need to dance to disco when approaching and leaving the vehicle. Though the way he is standing there he does look like he is parking on the dance floor!

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Re: How to transport a mast. Picture

GREETINGS EARTHLINGS :- If your going to park there, be warned your golf cart can be classed as a vechical of MAST disstruction AS ALWAYS GO SAFE
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GREETINGS EARTHLINGS :- If your going to park there, be warned your golf cart can be classed as a vechical of MAST destruction AS ALWAYS GO SAFE
Ouch! Oh, that is surely one of the funniest and most unexpected puns these boards have seen in many a year! Congratulations on a word well played!

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Vehicle of Mast Destruction....That's good and very close to the debate we had prior to making the decision to do it. All's well that ends well.
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Re: How to transport a mast. Picture

The white zone is for immediate loading and unloading of passengers only. There is no stopping in the red zone.

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Re: How to transport a mast. Picture

I thought redneck gated communities were called trailer parks...

Sorry resist but good use of a golf cart
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