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I better delete her photos, I'm feeling kinda guilty now. Anyway, you now understand why I asked the sex question.
Wait!! I missed it. Send a link via PM or something.
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You Snooze you loose. Better luck next time
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That's funny, this thread appears right above "Mystery Blower on a Beneteau 50".
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Eh, Err, Umm .. no longer a mystery
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Hey, when you've got the juice and skillz to throw around a 50' Bene - you too will have mystery blowers behind every door you open.

Bene505 - you DA MAN!
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ROTF LOL -- Smack you are the funniest guy on Sailnet.

I saw the album. Lucky (smart?) guy. (Of course, I'm not complaining.)
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Nah, I'm not the smart one of the two of us, I'm a lucky smuck though.
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My wife and I dated while I had a 21' Victory "Reba's Liberty". The cabin was the size of a pup tent. If you can find a mate who will, um, mate in a cabin that small and likes to sail, then keep her close.

BTW, I really liked the Victory. Bulb keel, and it had a spinnaker, boom vang, big sail inventory. It could fit under the bridge near me at anything but high tide. I bought her from a guy who was moving to Chicago the next day and got a great deal. I sold the boat when I was about to move. The guys who bought her got a great deal.
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We really like the C&C 27 MKIII or the C&C 30 MKII. Lot's of room but not something we can live on. We are trying to find a Tayana 37 or 42, or some extended cruising. She doesn't need much room (so she tells me) as long as we can hook up. At the cottage we have a 10ft dingy we seem to float around in without difficulty.
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We really like the C&C 27 MKIII or the C&C 30 MKII. Lot's of room but not something we can live on. We are trying to find a Tayana 37 or 42, or some extended cruising. She doesn't need much room (so she tells me) as long as we can hook up. At the cottage we have a 10ft dingy we seem to float around in without difficulty.
We should all feel shame that it took 128 posts for someone to say "dinghy". And they weren't even putting it in proper context!!!
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