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Old 11-11-2002
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need advice for a sailors clock 200 300 $ range for wife at x-mas for use at home or work box wall or desk ok something nice but not gaudy tks tc d t minix
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Need advice on what color spinnaker would be a good choice to get my wife for Christmas. ; ^ )
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I need advise on whether to give my wife new gel cells or AGM batteries for the boat.
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If you can afford the gels get those for her She''ll love them. My wife got a new Delta anchor last year. I never thought of new batteries. They would go with the inverter she got for her birthday.
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Good suggestion, I think I''ll get her the gel cells and a few bearing blocks as stocking stuffers for Christmas.
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I know my wife will be wide eyed with happiness when she opens the box with new lines, sheets and a halyard.
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Shortly after I got the passion for sailing, I told my wife that we couldn''t afford to spend any money on non-sailing stuff. Son of a gun if she didn''t come home with a piece of jewelry in the shape of a sailboat! She''s a sly one, my first mate is.
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My wife is getting ten new ports, nine blocks for pulling, 8 oz. of 5200, 7% Heinekin, in a 6 pack, 5 O''clock shadow on her hubby, me, 4 more feet of boarding ladder so she will stop complaining (and I won''t have to push her on the butt to get her to reach the first rung of the ladder), 3 quarts of GOOD diesel oil (not the stuff she buys me), 2 steaks for the grill and 1 gallon of Alcohol to ccok it on!
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All bypassed Thanksgiving, my what would my wife like. Maybe an electric head!
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For Christmas, getting my wife a new bottom job!!!!
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