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05-27-2008 01:30 PM
sailingdog I don't know what you could possibly mean by that...
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You're so bad.
05-27-2008 12:12 PM
Cruisingdad
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And the mason thought CD was nuts for lining his cockpit with kiln bricks and turning it into a bbq pit. I hear he used the wheel pilot for a rotisserie motor.
You're so bad.
05-27-2008 11:57 AM
sailingdog And the mason thought CD was nuts for lining his cockpit with kiln bricks and turning it into a bbq pit. I hear he used the wheel pilot for a rotisserie motor.
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SD,
I used to have a grill, but the first time I used it was below. Orange-hot coals drisled through the grate and onto the carpet. The boat caught on fire, and I haven't used it since. Seems like a serious design flaw if you ask me. They should design a grill that attaches to the stern rail so that the ash falls into the water. Oh well. Nobody listens to ol' Sailhog anymore.
05-27-2008 11:48 AM
Cruisingdad Looked like fun! It looked in the vids like there was a great wind. What was it blowing? You make pretty good speed?

Very cool, SH!

- Brian
05-27-2008 11:29 AM
camaraderie So how did the Delta set for ya?
05-27-2008 11:10 AM
PBzeer Glad to hear you had a good, and safe, time. You forgot to mention how the anchoring went though
05-27-2008 11:08 AM
sailhog
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Hog, you got no barbeque grill... CD would be so disappointed.

Thanks for sharing the videos though.
SD,
I used to have a grill, but the first time I used it was below. Orange-hot coals drisled through the grate and onto the carpet. The boat caught on fire, and I haven't used it since. Seems like a serious design flaw if you ask me. They should design a grill that attaches to the stern rail so that the ash falls into the water. Oh well. Nobody listens to ol' Sailhog anymore.
05-27-2008 10:57 AM
sailingdog Hog, you got no barbeque grill... CD would be so disappointed.

Thanks for sharing the videos though.
05-27-2008 10:47 AM
sailhog Bubb, TrueBlue:
Big fun it was. Love sailing with the kids, but it's nice not having to worry about their safety for a change. That alone makes it an entirely different experience. Can't wait to get out there again...
05-27-2008 10:23 AM
TrueBlue Yep - that's what it's all about sailhog, looked like you guys had a calming experience . . . especially with no yacking wimen aboard (g).



Man, I miss sailing offshore in the Atlantic Ocean.
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