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Makes me wanna get a top hat, that thing is wicked cool!!!!
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South Coast Ontario...now thats funny!!!
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T37, She insisted on two things -- flushing head and AC. I'm sure I will enjoy the AC too (getting the boat in about three weeks). Anyway, I go with what works. I lived weekends on a boat for a long time with no AC and I was fine, but if the AC makes her more comfortable (and yes I will be too), then that works for me. Besides, I think the kids will like it too. We actually are only going to have it in one of the two hulls of the catamaran.
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Chef, it's geographically and cartographically accurate. I may be north of you, but I am southwest of Mainesail. Besides, it's what the local tourism office has dubbed this region- maybe it makes everybody feel better about winter.
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Don't mind me today, or any other for that matter...the "earthquake" we had this morning woke me up waay too early
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