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Giulietta is just really nice Giulietta is just really nice Giulietta is just really nice Giulietta is just really nice Giulietta is just really nice
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

Sailingdog
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/

Cheers
W
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Sailingdog
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

Cheers
W

http://houstonboatshow.com/
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Giulietta is just really nice Giulietta is just really nice Giulietta is just really nice Giulietta is just really nice Giulietta is just really nice
Sailingdog
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

Cheers
W




http://houstonboatshow.com/
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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.

-J
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