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The interior of our Catalina looks.... err... "different."

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some Pic's from up here in maine.




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GREAT PICS SH!!! Great looking girls. Thanks for sharing.

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Whoa..... CD are you that young or just too much time in the sun Kill Naugas for Naugahide.... or Moes for a Mohair sweater, etc...... Just dumb jokes from way back when......
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Nice pics Ryan.

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Just noticed that round plaid cushion on the starboard settee, just beneath your glass of beer. Considering your propensity for posterior accessories, I suppose it must offer some relief?
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Whoa..... CD are you that young or just too much time in the sun Kill Naugas for Naugahide.... or Moes for a Mohair sweater, etc...... Just dumb jokes from way back when......
Probably that young!!! HAHA!

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BTW, this is how we seperate our kids out so they can have some bit of their own space. You cannot tell it from the pics, but the mattress has a split down the middle. The board fits down the middle and locks in place toward the bow. We used to have another piece on hinges that connected on the other end to keep Glen in his bunk, but we removed it when he got older.



I thought I would throw in another sunset shot right before a great night sail. I don't know about the other sailors here, but night sails are by far my favorite. This is not a stellar pic, but thought I would post it anyways.

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Schooner life. In the future this lad will heed the captain's orders promptly.

White residue on the deck is from flour bomb attacks during the Gloucester Schooner Race.
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