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dman 07-01-2005 03:39 AM

Northeast Weather
 
This has been the WORST weather for any type of outdoor activity,besides mudwrestling that I have ever seen.I still haven`t launched yet and now I am getting to the point where I just do not care anymore.I think I will finnish off the basement and do some work in the garage!My next boating project will be a submarine,then I will be able to use it.Just VENTING

Denr 07-01-2005 05:25 AM

Northeast Weather
 
Snap out of this you scum sucking bilge rat, you''re going to feel more miserable working on the damn house. Others have found the time and inspiration, get off the computer and get your sorry ass to the boat yard and get that windjammer launched!

On Monday I want you to be singing a different tune!

dman 07-01-2005 07:23 AM

Northeast Weather
 
I I Captain.RRRRRRRR

FalconEddie 07-08-2005 09:13 AM

Northeast Weather
 
I have heard the weather in the northeast could be unsettled. I heard it while I lived on the coast north of Boston and in Boston Harbor for fifty years.

I moved to Florida, where the weather is always just as sweet as honey. None of the brochures show the hurricanes, floods, tornados, thunder and lightning, and on and on.

There is another hurricane working it''s way north. Dennis the pain in the ass. Yes, yes, Dennis the Menace is the obvious choice, but it doesn''t really say what I mean.

I am about ready to trade boats with anyone in New England just to get done with this crap.

TrueBlue 07-08-2005 10:22 AM

Northeast Weather
 
dman & FalconEddie . . .
The weather HAS been less than ideal in New England, but we make the best of it, whenever we can.

Although we were graced by perfect weather while on the island, our recent cruise to Edgartown was bookended by dense fog each way, going & returning to homeport, as evidenced by this photo of my second mate on lookout:

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v109/archdiver/Nauticat%2033/694a6cc0.jpg

Of course, the rest of my crew found ways to enjoy themselves . . .

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v109/archdiver/Nauticat%2033/trueblueoffshoresm.jpg

Steve


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