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You know you are lucky when the view from the bow in your slip looks like this:

Port(Golden Gate):


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Aft(Dogs like it too):
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Giulietta is just really nice Giulietta is just really nice Giulietta is just really nice Giulietta is just really nice Giulietta is just really nice
BF...please tell me what boats have these masts, will you??

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Cool pics by the way....but isn't SF too cold??



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BF....Where did I see your dog before??? ehehehhehehhe Huh???


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G- That spreader style is predominant on Cals (and also older Catalina 36). There are a lot of them in California. It is a very good boat for the Pacific, one of the first boats I learned how to sail on. There must be 10 of them right around me. There is also a Cape Dory, an unknown cutter, and what appears to be a Moody with the same set up. Its dark now, so hard to tell. Yes, it is a little cold, but only at certain times, not constant. Its nice, I find the heat to be really draining.
More specifically, in the first photo, the one on the left is a Cal, the one in the middle is the cutter(maybe a Pacific Seacraft, its covered), the one on the right is the Cape Dory Edit-not the Dory, maybe the Moody. The second photo, I can't tell right now, but those are smaller boats over there, maybe a Columbia.
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Oh, thats funny! Did you draw that or is it from something else?
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Photoshop drawing, some green colour, red white and my mouse

Its late and I have to go, tomorrow I'll make a better one, ok??
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Cool pics by the way....but isn't SF too cold??
Only if you consider 80 degrees Fahrenheit too cold.
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Nice pic's BF.
We should all do the same thing and post them here.
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