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Topic Review (Newest First)
07-10-2007 04:13 PM
Hyperion
Quote:
Originally Posted by CapnHand
I'm puzzled. You decorated your keel really nice. Why can't you design an artful dodger?
That took less posts than I thought it would.
06-20-2007 01:58 AM
CapnHand
Quote:
Originally Posted by Giulietta
That is an ugly thing the dodger...
I'm puzzled. You decorated your keel really nice. Why can't you design an artful dodger?
06-19-2007 11:43 PM
sailingdog
Quote:
Originally Posted by denby
Now we know how wears the pants in Giu's family
Dennis
Like this was ever a question???:rolleyes :
06-19-2007 09:43 PM
Valiente
Quote:
Originally Posted by tdw
and wheel houses are for girls !!!
It gives them a place in which to change into something more comfortable, if that what you mean!
06-19-2007 09:43 PM
denby
Quote:
Originally Posted by Giulietta
That is an ugly thing the dodger...

Man...really hate my dodger, or dog house, or spray hood Guard Patrão (in Portuguese)....or whatever you call it..

I just call it the "ugly blue crappy thing spoiling the beautifull line of my cabin that my wife made me install so she gets less wind in her face and Fred can lie down and take a nap, and doesn't let me see forward as I wanted, but I remove it when she's not there".
Now we know how wears the pants in Giu's family
Dennis
06-19-2007 08:49 PM
tdw
Quote:
Originally Posted by Valiente
Oh, come on...it might ruin the line of the boat, but seeing Fred curled up like a cat over the companionway (a snug spot he might not be able to fit next year!) is pretty damned cute. Put in a padeye and Luis can have a Jolly Jumper hung over the steps!

(Just kidding, Alex...I know turning your boat into a creche would not make you a happy skipper...)

By the way, I have a bimini, no dodger, on the old boat and neither on the new...but I'm going to have a bimini installed. Dodgers are for cruisers...not voyagers...
and wheel houses are for girls !!!

stop pickin' on dodger. never dun nuffink to youse guys. leave him alone.
06-19-2007 12:45 PM
Valiente
Quote:
Originally Posted by Giulietta
That is an ugly thing the dodger...

Man...really hate my dodger, or dog house, or spray hood Guard Patrão (in Portuguese)....or whatever you call it..

I just call it the "ugly blue crappy thing spoiling the beautifull line of my cabin that my wife made me install so she gets less wind in her face and Fred can lie down and take a nap, and doesn't let me see forward as I wanted, but I remove it when she's not there".
Oh, come on...it might ruin the line of the boat, but seeing Fred curled up like a cat over the companionway (a snug spot he might not be able to fit next year!) is pretty damned cute. Put in a padeye and Luis can have a Jolly Jumper hung over the steps!

(Just kidding, Alex...I know turning your boat into a creche would not make you a happy skipper...)

By the way, I have a bimini, no dodger, on the old boat and neither on the new...but I'm going to have a bimini installed. Dodgers are for cruisers...not voyagers...
06-19-2007 12:38 PM
pmoyer
Quote:
Originally Posted by nolatom
Because they used to dodge trolleys in Brooklyn...then they moved to L.A.
I grew up in Fort Wayne, Indiana. A little known fact, other than to the baseball nuts, is that before they went to Brooklyn, they were the Ft. Wayne Trolley Dodgers....

Cheers,
Phil
06-19-2007 12:07 PM
Giulietta That is an ugly thing the dodger...

Man...really hate my dodger, or dog house, or spray hood Guard Patrão (in Portuguese)....or whatever you call it..

I just call it the "ugly blue crappy thing spoiling the beautifull line of my cabin that my wife made me install so she gets less wind in her face and Fred can lie down and take a nap, and doesn't let me see forward as I wanted, but I remove it when she's not there".
06-19-2007 11:36 AM
nolatom Because they used to dodge trolleys in Brooklyn...then they moved to L.A.


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