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Just thought I would post a few pictures of my boat and the family. I have a bunch of people ask about it, so I had a moment and thought I would throw a few out. Anyone else is free to join in with pics of their own!! Maybe it will make the winter months go by quicker!

Here is a few of us fishing. We take it VERY serious (smile). Check out these heavy duty rigs. Funny thing was that not long after we shot these pics, we snagged the biggest carp I have ever seen!!!

THis is my youngest:


My oldest:



Me and the oldest!



Here are a few pics of our boat:





This is Pop's sitting there with Scooter (our 14 YO Schnauzer). He has logged MANY sea hours, believe me!


THis is a Pic of our berth. It is actually taller than the pics make it look (well, or maybe not!!). But it has an inner spring mattress and sleeps VERY well. It is nice B/C you can get up/out without disturbing your spouse.



THis is my favorite pic... us sailing in the sunset!



Anyways... thought I would just share a few for enjoyment. ANyone else feel free to jump in!!

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sweet pics CD! i cant post many of mine yet. gotta censor them first

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Thanks USP (for the censorship too!!)! HAHA!

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Thanks for the great pics! I got the same heavy duty fishing gear for my nieces (superman not spiderman), I asked the clerk if the rig was OK for salmon and she nearly fell over. Nice looking boat too.
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The last photo is obviously a fake... he's only got two grills showing and he's got sails up...


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How many white Naugas did you kill for your interior???

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Thanks USP (for the censorship too!!)! HAHA!

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What waters do you ply?
I'd guess maybe 4-ply?


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I'd guess maybe 4-ply?

HAHA! Yep, that is right beside the Valiant/Cedar Mills yard. They throw about anything they can up there to stop erosion.

That boat (Chica) is a really sweet Mason 44, BTW. The guy is like YO that owns it. Totally re-did it and it show beautiful.

Regarding the waters, these pics were shot on Lake Texoma, TX - where they make the Valiants. It is a very large lake and very popular with cruisers. There is only one person on my dock that has not been cruising (at least he has not mentioned it).

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How many white Naugas did you kill for your interior???
Sorry, I know it is a joke... but what is a white Naugas??

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