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10-03-2012 09:23 PM
zeehag
Re: Wht on earth have we done?

there is east coast coldville and west coat coldville--both northern coldvilles have snow, altho east has more than west--but pnw gets some hellacious winter storms.
even louisiana and san diego get below 40F in winter...LOL
10-03-2012 04:47 PM
miatapaul
Re: Wht on earth have we done?

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Originally Posted by rugosa View Post
Good plan, if the LIMES go missing the scotch will be lonely. No telling what will happen to the scotch, all alone, on a dark boat at night. Be careful with the limes, very careful!
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Originally Posted by treilley View Post
I can take care of that lonely scotch. No limes needed. I know, it's a dirty job but someone has to do it.

They call me "the cleaner"
Yea, who cares about limes if you have scotch! They don't go together, heck ice is not even good for scotch, just need a glass, well the glass is even optional, after all the bottle does have an opening!

Congratulations, though I would not consider Oregon "coldsville" that is more like the North East! Oregon is more like Chilly and damp I keep thinking about going south, but I really do like it in the North. Good people, and I like the change of seasons. But Hawaii does seem to be calling me.
10-03-2012 11:25 AM
Tim R.
Re: Wht on earth have we done?

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Good plan, if the LIMES go missing the scotch will be lonely. No telling what will happen to the scotch, all alone, on a dark boat at night. Be careful with the limes, very careful!
I can take care of that lonely scotch. No limes needed. I know, it's a dirty job but someone has to do it.

They call me "the cleaner"
10-03-2012 09:38 AM
rugosa
Re: Wht on earth have we done?

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Originally Posted by MikeGuyver View Post
I'll keep the LIMES under lock and key for the time being..
Good plan, if the LIMES go missing the scotch will be lonely. No telling what will happen to the scotch, all alone, on a dark boat at night. Be careful with the limes, very careful!
10-03-2012 09:37 AM
zeehag
Re: Wht on earth have we done?

each boat has a circle used for disappearing stuff...discover that particular circle and all is found..lol works every time....
10-03-2012 09:29 AM
MikeGuyver
Re: Wht on earth have we done?

OK...so far the boat has eaten 6 tubes of various types of silicon sealer.1 bottle of propane,the wife's iron and now a 5 pound jar of nuts and bolts....it was all here a week ago..does this stuff morph into dock lines at night? there seems to be an un ending flow of assorted lines appearing everywhere I go...I'll keep the LIMES under lock and key for the time being..
10-02-2012 01:29 PM
zeehag
Re: Wht on earth have we done?

no typo. LINE as in ROPE, to the landlubber in ye--'t'is the limes that get ye into this shape, ye know...
10-02-2012 12:10 PM
rugosa
Re: Wht on earth have we done?

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Originally Posted by zeehag View Post
you can never have enough line on a boat.
That a typo? Do you mean limes?
10-02-2012 11:31 AM
zeehag
Re: Wht on earth have we done?

ok so you are now on board in COLDVILLE... whenye gonna ditch that place and sail south to WARMSPOT???

good on ye--keep up the good work..btw--donot CUT lines--bring em with ye--you can never have enough line on a boat.
10-02-2012 07:25 AM
Tim R.
Re: Wht on earth have we done?

Awesome. We did our transition 2 years ago and have been living aboard in Maine ever since. A couple more years and we are outa here. Best decision we ever made was to sell all our crap we had accumulated.
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