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Old 10-27-2007
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my feeling are hurt!

no one has seen any of the pictures it took me hours to post? Still don't know why links don't work when I post em. Anyway, the canoe is one My son and restored. Sold it a couple of weeks ago! the pics of my plywood kayak i almost never use anymore. And Pics of my boat when we did a "wet run" on the yard trailer we built over the last yr. and yes I know I have a fat butt



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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
Denise. I saw your photos...nice ones. Like the boat ramp manouver...I couldn't do that.
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Yes, the boat manouvre looks difficult. The man helping must have been pulling his hair out over it! Just kidding, I have much the same hair style.

Very nice canoe and kayak.
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Your O'day looks in bristol shape. Ready to cruise! Nice paddle boats too.
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Hey that brings back some memories for me. I used to teach canoeing in the 60's and we had some of those Old Towns which were gorgeous pieces of workmanship even for that time.
They were heavy and didn't take kindly to rocks like the aluminum ones did...but they were beautiful for lake paddling.
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Now...you Americans are funny...who the hell needs teaching to do canoeing???

But better...who the hell has a job at teaching canoeing....

That's like teaching people to spit, isn't it???
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Voice of a man who's never shot the rapids in an area where it's a week long walk to civilization. Lot's of time to practise spitting if you screw up then, Portagee.
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Rafting rapids???

If I wanted a thrill other than sailing...I'd put my d**k in a power socket.....
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A raft is what you end up building when you thought you knew how to canoe! (g)
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