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Re: Cruising with livestock -- any anchoring issues?

Bene

you jest; but when we came down the rivers from Chicago to Mobile, we met a girl in her 20's who built a raft out of scavenged materials, about 8' X 14', powered by a 10 hp outboard. She made it from Pittsburg to Pensacola.
It had 3 walls and a shed roof. Hibachi for grilling... And 2 chickens for fresh eggs.

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I've been getting a lot of PMs from interested ladies. Few have actual farm experince. For some reason most of them shovel ice! (Who knew?) We have a good freezer on board, so I'm considering the ice shovellers right along with the farmers daughters.

Maybe we should open this up for a vote or something.

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Thought I'd post some pictures so we could all decide who should go on the trip.

#1 Good attitude. Fun disposition. Shovel at the ready.


#2 Nice foul weather boots. Smart bringing a hat.


#3 Good stance for rocking and heeling boat. Outfit may confuse other boaters.


#4 The one in the middle. Big family.


#5 She already owns a boat!!!


#6 Worthless shovel.


#7 Best all around. But no boat.


What do you think?

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Re: Cruising with livestock -- any anchoring issues?

Personally, I'd go number 2.
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I think you would want to beef up the deck before bringing her onboard
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Personally, I'd go number 2.
Well, we all do, but which girl do you like best?
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Re: Cruising with livestock -- any anchoring issues?

Yes, I promised to stop reading this thread but I was unable.

We've moved on to the classic Gilligan's Island: Maryanne vs. Ginger debate. This is amazing thread.



Everyone knows the answer is Maryanne.
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Re: Cruising with livestock -- any anchoring issues?

They be poor crew, using cloven hitches to belay the halyards. That you ,Maryanne? Didn't recognize you with your clothes on!
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Yes, I promised to stop reading this thread but I was unable.

We've moved on to the classic Gilligan's Island: Maryanne vs. Ginger debate. This is amazing thread.



Everyone knows the answer is Maryanne.
Seeing as I'm making final moo-crew choices, I need to know the secret here. Why Maryanne? Does everyone agree with capecodda (and Smacky) on this?

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Re: Cruising with livestock -- any anchoring issues?

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Friend of mine has goats on her farm. They -do- eat anything, this includes her car and her house. I imagine they would enjoy the taste of the rigging and the sails as well.

Funny story, to keep the goats from eating the siding off of her house, she was advised to make a tabasco mixture with water and spray it on the building. She did as advised and the first goat took a nibble and ran looking for water.

The second goat took a nibble, licked it's lips, and went back for more
The second goat was obviously destined to become cabrito rostizado...It had to have been a Mexican goat. I would suggest serving it with a fresh pico de gallo with cilantro, jalapenos, onions, tomato and diced avocado. Oh and fresh tortillas I like the flour ones, but your choice.
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