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Thanks for the great trip Bubblehead. I can't wait to launch my boat now!

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I bet you couldn't beat the grin off bubble's face with a baseball bat right now.

You know, it just ain't fair that you got the 6 feet of snow that we didn't get this winter, and you all are STILL sailing months before we are.
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As usual, enjoying reading about your adventures. 1.5 months to go for me - til the crane drops her in da water. I'm studying every single day.

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LOL...Carl, I hope you're studying more than my mis-adventures. My postings are strictly for entertainment.

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