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Old 04-26-2013
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Coming out

I wouldn't normally bother, but since it was such a nice day today (refer Bent's comment that it'll probably be raining all of next week!) that I thought I'd post a few pics of the old girl coming out for some minor surgery and a coat of fresh make-up:







Enjoy! ..and, of course, if anyone just happens to be passing by I'd be happy to put them to work.
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Re: Coming out

she's pretty.. what is she?
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Mad, that's a sailboat.
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Re: Coming out

Nice shots, Hart.. she looks in great shape. Doesn't look like too much work in store either..
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Mad, that's a sailboat.
ah. that's what's wrong with mine.. it's yard art
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Looks like a nice, solid boat. Pretty to look at and, I'm sure, a joy to sail. Looks just like H-28.
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Re: Coming out

Well if ever a thread title caught my attention then this has got to be it.

Sorry Cam ... couldn't help myself.
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Well if ever a thread title caught my attention then this has got to be it.

Sorry Cam ... couldn't help myself.
Took me a moment too Fuzzy to figure out how this was a nautical thread and not about closets. Knowing what I think I do about Hartley18 it just seemed all wrong!

Very pretty woody, er, boat.
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Looks a little like an Alberg 30 if it wasn't for the round port lights.
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Re: Coming out

HAAA, I was waiting for the photos from the Sydney mardi gras, I thought Fuzzy was to closeted to post them here. She is pretty....wooden.....but pretty.
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