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see?? see???

Its that guy that thinks he knows everything.....he hates me


Ignore him....he is a mean man...he will photoshop you...becarefull, I told you about him...

I don't have issues...but the dogs are still barking in my head....
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Giu is still cranky about being pulled away from his wife, two sons and, most importantly, his boat, to be exiled to hot, humid, oceanless, sailboat-less, Colorado... while many of us were out sailing... He'll be much more normal once he's back on his boat and sailing. It is like the DeeTees...but no pink elephants, and a much more vicious attitude...

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We are actually looking at a Hylas 44 to 50 something
That is my fav - we will look at others got a great broker
Min size is 44 - Max will be whatever I can handle by myself if
John gets injured and I gotta bring her in by myself. We are thinking
nothing bigger than 50.
Plus I will be bringing my cats with so I prefer the space
So the Sanatana will go on the auction block and $ applied
to the new boat - We are heading to the Houston In the Water Boat Show in Sept. to explore so my mind may change after that - I really like the beammy boats - if that's a proper term - John told me I kept picking out real salty boats - so we will se

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If this posts twice opps my bad

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We are actually looking at a Hylas 44 to 50 something
That is my fav - we will look at others got a great broker
Min size is 44 - Max will be whatever I can handle by myself if
John gets injured and I gotta bring her in by myself. We are thinking
nothing bigger than 50.
Plus I will be bringing my cats with so I prefer the space
So the Sanatana will go on the auction block and $ applied
to the new boat - We are heading to the Houston In the Water Boat Show in Sept. to explore so my mind may change after that - I really like the beammy boats - if that's a proper term - John told me I kept picking out real salty boats - so we will see

http://houstonboatshow.com/

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W
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We are actually looking at a Hylas 44 to 50 something
That is my fav - we will look at others got a great broker
Min size is 44 - Max will be whatever I can handle by myself if
John gets injured and I gotta bring her in by myself. We are thinking
nothing bigger than 50.
Plus I will be bringing my cats with so I prefer the space
So the Sanatana will go on the auction block and $ applied
to the new boat - We are heading to the Houston In the Water Boat Show in Sept. to explore so my mind may change after that - I really like the beammy boats - if that's a proper term - John told me I kept picking out real salty boats - so we will se

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We are actually looking at a Hylas 44 to 50 something
That is my fav - we will look at others got a great broker
Min size is 44 - Max will be whatever I can handle by myself if
John gets injured and I gotta bring her in by myself. We are thinking
nothing bigger than 50.
Plus I will be bringing my cats with so I prefer the space
So the Sanatana will go on the auction block and $ applied
to the new boat - We are heading to the Houston In the Water Boat Show in Sept. to explore so my mind may change after that - I really like the beammy boats - if that's a proper term - John told me I kept picking out real salty boats - so we will se

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Welcome wkokal!
My fiancee' grew up in Fort Worth but has been living here in NC for the last 10 years or so. We have been doing quite a bit of sailing in the last 6 years.

Look out for Giu... he is a madman as if you hadn't figured that out by now. The natives do get restless here but they don't bite... that hard.

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