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Old 12-07-2006
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To Sailortjk1

Nice looking boat, I don't know the make but it sure looks nice. I like the wind generator
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sailaway21 is just really nice sailaway21 is just really nice sailaway21 is just really nice sailaway21 is just really nice
Merry Christmas to all and a wish that the true spirit of the day infuse you and all you hold dear.
And while I'm on the thought. Send up a prayer for the health of our friend CardiacPaul. The prayers of a couple thousand lunatic sailors couldn't hurt a bit and I believe in the refrain to that old seaman's hymn, "Eternal Father strong to save".
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Dittos on that Sailaway! We're all pullin' for ya CP!!
Ian..that is neat work...how long does a conversion like the one above take you? Merry Christmas to all...and happy HanaKwansamas to any one offended by the former sentiment!
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Cardiac Paul,
Our thoughts are with you.
Have a Merry Christmas and get better.
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Ian does great work.
I simply e-mailed the photo and he did the rest.
Its a Benie.... Surprise!
We seem to take a lot of heat on this site, but for our needs she suits us just fine!
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Beautiful montage work Ian and a very nice looking Bene sailortjk1 . . . that classic dark blue hull is what does it.
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Camaraderie wrote: "Ian..that is neat work...how long does a conversion like the one above take you?"

Sailortjk1 took about 15 minutes, but it was easy to work with, I just finished one which I'll post in a bit that took a lot longer, about 1/2 hour. Had a problem with the white balance. Blue sky, blue water, a lot of blue.
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Here's my boat Ian.

Could you shrink it down a bit and make it look like a Catalina? I don't want the people in this forum to think I don't sail a real yacht.

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TO ALL ON THIS SITE.

MY BOAT HAS BEEN FOUND, REPEAT.... MY BOAT HAS BEEN FOUND!!!


CD had it!!!

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MERRY CHRISTMAS, SAINT HOLIDAYS AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL ON THIS SITE.
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Sorry Portugal, Finders-Keepers. And I can honestly say, when my sails are up, I REALLY DO have right of way over the freighters. Still have change course with all those damned Sea Rays though. I guess some things will never change.
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