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Old 02-04-2009
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Besides that, there's 7 or 8 other First 36.7's around here in different places, they all got together at the NOOD's last may, not sure, but hopefully they are doing it again this may at the NOOD's! They rate about 80 around here. Could be fun!
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Smack,

Find a nice used 36.7, sail it up here to the NW, I'll find me one too, we can 1D out of edmonds, get dejodenda and his C30 and smack his hiney! Pull CC down here from up north, jody from south, smack him and his berberis while were at it! Try and suck tenuki into coming out from here too, he's about a half mile down the road, been kinda quite around here too.....hmmmmm......he needs some smakin too come to think of it!

maybe pull a few of the other yahoo's from up north down here too. Or maybe roundevous for the round the county in Nov!

what do ya think........ouch.......dang it, need to quit thinking, pulls my brain muscle!.........
Let me know when you are ready - recent upgrades and we now rate a -100.... oh wait .. uhmm thats when the sticks are attached to asphalt...

Sigh...

Race any day - Round the county missed it this past year - will try to do this one....

Smack - you'll never get a good stirred Martini on a good race boat - it will always be shaking!

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