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Don't you think that the fenders are a bit small for a boat that size. Perhaps that's part of the cause -- unable to fend off -- got stuck. But, did you notice the hitchs holding the stern cleat to the finger pier didn't let go. The man must tie a mean knot.
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Beautifully set on the scenery, a guy with impeccable taste. probably parked just for the photo


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What I want to know is how did that entire harbor do when the tide came back up to cover where the barnacles on that piling are?
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Re: Bad park job

That Is some bad luck!!
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They had a big "Coast Guard Auxillary" banner across the front but the saw me coming and yanked it down before I could get a shot
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Sandy did this parking job...



Found this on reddit...(resized for viewing pleasure)
i love this parking job i wish i could be that talented. Gusse mother nature wins the parking battle.
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Re: Bad park job

Hurricane Irene parked this one.

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Re: Bad park job

Well, this guy seems to really have intentionally parked the boat for a good cleaning. How cool is that

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Well, this guy seems to really have intentionally parked the boat for a good cleaning. How cool is that

That is absolutely the best way to mask ones stupidity or carelessness - act like it was deliberate.
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