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Thanks for sharing ! looks like yall had an exellent trip = no problems ..

I would be willing to bet a doger is in your future lol ...

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Nice pics and congrats on a good boat. Your pics remind me of how much I frequently miss a tiller. It's just such a natural way to steer a boat.

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Congrats. She's a beautiful boat. You'll love her. Great post!
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Congrats! Welcome to the A-30 club (officially now)

Awesome pics, sweet boat! You do realize the boat now owns you, right?

Congrats again, I'll email you either later on tonight or tomorrow.

Oh, and start a blog!

Talk to you soon.

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Congratulations on your new boat, may you have many enjoyable years with her. Great post and awesome pics.
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Great job! I'm envious of your trip.

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Thanks for the pics--some familiar looking locations.

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Wow -looks like you hit a great weather window!... hard to miss those proud smiles of ownership!!

Good on ya!

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