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Mods, can we change the name of this thread to "CD Might Be Leaving Someday But Until Then He'll Continue to Be a Moderator Even Though Everyone Thought He'd Be Gone By Now But We Still Wish Him Luck But Why Doesn't He Just GO???"?

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Mods, can we change the name of this thread to "CD Might Be Leaving Someday But Until Then He'll Continue to Be a Moderator Even Though Everyone Thought He'd Be Gone By Now But We Still Wish Him Luck But Why Doesn't He Just GO???"?

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Ahhh... I was wondering why we ended up getting pushned a week or two when everything was going perfect. Guess what is brewing in the gulf and heading right over our intended route.... yep. Possible hurricane.

I tell you what, after gabrielle, charlie, Jean, Francis, Ivan, etc.... I thought I wa a freaking magnet for these things. Now I know I am. All I do is TALK about going to mobile, and here it comes!

So, you go me a little longer Pain. Watch your back (evil laugh...)

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Hurricane, schmurricane.

Shove off already, would you please!?

Everybody, please, stop talking to this guy. It's like feeding the wild animals. He'll just come back for more.

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Hurricane, schmurricane.

Shove off already, would you please!?

Everybody, please, stop talking to this guy. It's like feeding the wild animals. He'll just come back for more.

Very sorry John. Turns out I have been reviewing all of the Sailnet threads to make sure I have everything for my boat: 2 grills, 4 solar panels, 2 seperate chart plotters and radars with 84 handheld gps backups, two radar reflectors, etc, etc.

Then guess wthat? I was flipping through the West Marine catalog and making sure I did not miss anything. Generally I can flip to any page and I have at least two on my boat. THen... I saw it!! SOmthing I did not have. They are called Trim Tabs.

HOLY CRAP! We stopped everything, cancelled the truck, put off the date, re-enrolled the kids, all of it. I ordered the trim tabs and have been going ovetr and over the instructions. They seemed to have left off how to install them on sailboats, so I am having to improvise. Should be done soon!!!

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PS I will get even for changing the name. I STILL HAVE POWER SUPREME!!!
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Sounds to me that Dad is putting out more wind then the Hurricane!
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Shove off already, would you please!?

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Trims tabs... don't leave home without them!

I think they go on the keel or rudder. I don't pay much attention to ours -- they're fully automatic or something.
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