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Old 03-05-2007
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What Did You Buy Today ?

I will be leaving on my open ended cruise, later this year. So I seem to buy something for the boat every few days.

I bought fenders for my boat and signed up for a coastal navagation course.
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2 inline fuse holders to hook up my Link battery monitor. All that's left now is to come up with a bridle for the dinghy to put it on the davits.
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I bought Mar Tek Davits, two weeks ago.
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Two ten foot lenghts of 1" EMT, two eye bolts and one wrong size nut, two rubber feet for afor-mentioned EMT.
A set of el cheapo running lights to mount atop the mast pointing down in to the cockpit, two PL258 connectors and two PL259's for the VHF, 30' of RG8 to tie it all together.
And a beer(non alcohol of course, I don't drink).
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A shiney new Reese hitch receiver. Got about 30 minutes of daylight to install it, maybe I should go...
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X-Large TiM Hortons -- sugar on the side ... it's minus 10 C
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compass on ebay, to replace the one someone needed off of my boat... and poliglow...

tomorrow, tie rods, ball joints and guide rods installed and alignment on the nazi squad car.
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SS shackle, brush reducer, and spare turnbuckle ends for the shrouds.

Paul, what'd ya get for a compass? I hope you got the rubber donuts for the Benz. They'll help alot with the control arm links.
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a new jib bag for the bow, 6 pack o bud light and a jake and the half conched cruisers CD "life on the gulf".
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an NOS A142 Rule for 40.00... yup, got the donuts, the upper control arms, lower inner kits, more nazi rubber than you can shake a stick at. And an idler arm kit just for grins. God love Ebay.
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