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Giulietta For Sale

Well, since it started snowing in Lisbon, now....

Might as well sell her and move to the Caribbean. Sorry to part, she served me well.....


Sold as is....see bellow...





http://newsfromrussia.com/portugal/2.../30/72028.html
http://wintercenter.homestead.com/photolisbon.html
http://kikita.blog.co.uk/2007/01/29/...on_lol~1641821
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looks like the water hose finally did you in!
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NO @%&@^%@$ way

W H A T ????????????

HOW R U GOING TO SLEEP @ NIGHT???
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Warmer......

Will buy a Mac (*) and move to Caribbean...then I can outrun the Hurricanes...

Got it all figured out!!!

Maybe even buy one I just saw a minute ago, a Cutter Mac (*)....




(*) Disclaimer: The mention of Macgreggor crafts, by the writer of this post, his family and associations, does not imply his dislike for such vessel. The poster hereby disclaims any possible remark arriving form the misinterpretation of this post, and reserves the right to dispute in an European Union court of law.
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you stole my idea!
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I'll still buy her!

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Giulietta-

I always knew you secretly wanted a MacGregor... You want to be able to pull water skiers behind the boat... but don't like trimarans...so you're stuck with a Mac.

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Where did everyone get this idea that I don't like trimarans??? Not true..

I wouldn't own one, but I like them....I like all sail boats, from Cats, to cruisers (well some are really uggly), to racers (specially those), even Macs (*)...I like all of them...



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Hey G, you can't sell her yet, not until I've made it to Europe at least. Still, I guess you could always get that Catalina you have been lusting over.

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Still, I guess you could always get that Catalina you have been lusting over.
OK OK OK OK, not for sale not for sale.......I'll dig her up from the snow and make peace with the Bear....... but no Catalina, OK???
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