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Old 07-19-2011
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BTW, that pic was taken up near Manitoulin Island at Club Island. Water temperature was 19.5 degrees celsius, which is 67 degrees fahrenheit. Hence the pained look....
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I just re-did my boat name, Got the lettering from "Decals plus of Maine", It was only $30 for both sides and shipping. 10" letters...

Now I have to polish it...
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Here's my name right after I finished putting it on. Actually, it still has the centering marks on it, so I guess it's not 100% finished... I think it came out great though.
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I'm having this made up over the winter at a local sign shop:



Still tweaking some of the details, but that's more or less how it'll look.

this reminds me of Jeeves and Wooster!!
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Trekka sails the gulf coast from her home waters of the Galveston Bay to the crystal clear waters off the Florida panhandle all while doing 60 m.p.h to weather.



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Replacing "Annapolis" with "Rock Hall" is waaaaay far down on our To Do list. That's my 75-YO mother in the cockpit who I tried to turn into a Galley Wench but she settled right in to being Senior Boat Fluff instead.

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