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04-10-2008 11:29 AM
T34C
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Originally Posted by denby View Post
You two are freaking me out. Now we know why you've been spending so much time together.
It is San Fran you know.
04-10-2008 12:48 AM
sailingdog I recommend carrying pepper spray...
04-10-2008 12:32 AM
denby
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Originally Posted by bestfriend View Post
Not tonight simon, I have a headache.
You two are freaking me out. Now we know why you've been spending so much time together.
04-10-2008 12:28 AM
mtboat
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Originally Posted by SimonV View Post
Say nothing, back away slowly and avoid all eye contact.
Isn't that the procedure for cougars?
04-10-2008 12:16 AM
SimonV Say nothing, back away slowly and avoid all eye contact.
04-10-2008 12:15 AM
SimonV See I knew this would end badly.
04-10-2008 12:15 AM
bestfriend
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Originally Posted by uspirate View Post
is this going to revert back to the "strange noise in the v-berth" thread?
Uh no thanks. You are right about the Lake thing in a way. The biggest danger when sailing is the shore, and in a lake, you're surrounded! I've done enough lake sailing to know that I prefer the ocean, specifically for the reasons you stated.
04-10-2008 12:14 AM
SimonV
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Not tonight simon, I have a headache.
That sounds very bad.......
04-10-2008 12:13 AM
uspirate
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Not tonight simon, I have a headache.
is this going to revert back to the "strange noise in the v-berth" thread?
04-10-2008 12:12 AM
uspirate
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Originally Posted by denby View Post
Hey BF,

Are lake sailors real sailors?
you bet your booty! if you can sail a lake with the wind changing directions every 5 friggen minutes with 50 mph gusts, you can sail any ocean. learning on the lake made my ocean cruising seem like something was missing.
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