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moving a trailer by boat - ship of fools - Canadians

I came across this great little video

always wondered about the feasibility of such a scheme

Canucks eh!


self deprecation is a beautiful thing

makes you proud to share a Queen with these guys


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http://youtu.be/M0Q1u_n2YF4
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Hi Dylan i did you mean to post a link?

I need another reason to be a proud Canadian.

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Very ingenious.

Trailer Park Boys meet The Beachcombers (a reference that probably only a Canadian would understand).

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Very ingenious.

Trailer Park Boys meet The Beachcombers (a reference that probably only a Canadian would understand).

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I really loved it on so many levels

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Can-do spirit. Good job.

After the refit we have decided to sell Ainia. We want something smaller that would be could for the light summer winds of Lake Ontario, although we plan to spend at least a couple of winters in the Caribbean before heading north.

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i always wondered about that. now we know!
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Probably only a Canadian "of a certain age." That show is what, thirty years old?
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Probably only a Canadian "of a certain age." That show is what, thirty years old?
'72 - '90

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