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Sure, about grills maybe. But this is a sailing website.

When you learn to sail, come on back and report in.


Now that's FUNNY!!

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Sure, about grills maybe. But this is a sailing website.

When you learn to sail, come on back and report in.


It's got a motor... who needs to sai!???

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It's got a motor... who needs to sai!???

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I hear you. We keep our covers on so the sails won't get dirty or worn out.


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I just turned mine into a land yacht...bought a video projector and show sailing movies on on that big white boat yard wall in front of me.

Were off to Tahiti Tonight...eat your hearts out.

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I just turned mine into a land yacht...bought a video projector and show sailing movies on on that big white boat yard wall in front of me.

Were off to Tahiti Tonight...eat your hearts out.

Thanks for the laugh!
I can see you in the cockpit, cooler along side, on your Pacific "journey."


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Thanks for the laugh!
I can see you in the cockpit, cooler along side, on your Pacific "journey."
But the question is whether he watches those movies with his lifejacket on!?? Does he throw cold salt water on himself every 3 minutes? Stub his toe every once in a while? Take a little Ipecac? Sleep wrapped around the compression post?

Otherwise, he is just pretending... HEHE!

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Does he adjust the stands so the boat is heeling??
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But the question is whether he watches those movies with his lifejacket on!?? Does he throw cold salt water on himself every 3 minutes? Stub his toe every once in a while? Take a little Ipecac? Sleep wrapped around the compression post?

Otherwise, he is just pretending... HEHE!

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I'm pretty sure that Mrs Raining and the Stillettes happily fulfill that role. I'd reckon they'd even hit him over the head with a stand in boom every now and then.

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Well, I admit that my little comparison (a sore subject for me) fell short of the mark and I apologize for dragging this thread off topic. I sorta thought it had already strayed there.
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Well, I admit that my little comparison (a sore subject for me) fell short of the mark and I apologize for dragging this thread off topic. I sorta thought it had already strayed there.
Yeah. Bad on you. I never stray off topic.

By the way, you guys seen any good movies lately?

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