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04-30-2008 04:51 PM
T34C
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Originally Posted by richardfrance View Post
The OP [ now an Old Age Pensioner - this thread has gone on so long . . . ] has just had his first taste of life @ sailnet - and is appalled, impressed, astonished and inspired. So - rather like an evening round my place then. [Must remember to get more wine in next time - you do seem to get through it, don't you?]
In future I shall be much more searching and specific. Expect tea and biscuits.
It was/is a nice thread. Very entertaining. Hell how bad could it be there was a picture of my boat in it three times.

Does rum go well in tea?
04-30-2008 04:41 PM
Giulietta You did start with a rather nice thread..good job...

now piss of and take that crappy French wine with you.......(G)
04-30-2008 04:36 PM
richardfrance The OP [ now an Old Age Pensioner - this thread has gone on so long . . . ] has just had his first taste of life @ sailnet - and is appalled, impressed, astonished and inspired. So - rather like an evening round my place then. [Must remember to get more wine in next time - you do seem to get through it, don't you?]
In future I shall be much more searching and specific. Expect tea and biscuits.
04-30-2008 02:00 PM
JiffyLube
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Originally Posted by Cruisingdad View Post
Thank GOd I am no where near Protugal or I would never get to sail.
LOL ..........
04-30-2008 01:33 PM
JohnRPollard
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Originally Posted by T34C View Post
Did you guys notice what a GREAT looking boat was in this picture?? Just checking.
Yes, I did!! And somehow I had missed that yours is a yawl! Who cares how well they sail or don't sail, they look great!!
04-30-2008 12:44 PM
T34C
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Originally Posted by TrueBlue View Post
Yeah CD . . . and brighten up that gloomy sky a bit too.

Did you guys notice what a GREAT looking boat was in this picture???
Just checking.
04-30-2008 12:09 PM
Giulietta So..this is really funny...CD, whose boat sails at half the speed of smell, is telling T he sails slow....what a joke you guys are....
04-30-2008 12:01 PM
Cruisingdad
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LOL!!!!!!!

Sorry, I'll just have to think of something else.
HEHE! No doubt you will...

- CD
04-30-2008 11:32 AM
T34C LOL!!!!!!!

OK, OK, that was funny.

CD- I really like my sail plan drawing avatar. As a peace offering I was going to make one for you too. I contacted Catalina to get a copy of the sail plan for your boat. When they finally stopped laughing they said no one had ever asked for one of those before. Finally they agreed and sent me a copy, but I'm afraid I'm just not going to be able to do it for you. The damned crayons just keep smudging in my scanner. Sorry, I'll just have to think of something else.
04-30-2008 11:19 AM
Cruisingdad
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CD- For Gods sake man if you're going to post a picture could you at least make the horizon level!!!!

It is about time you realized the tug boat nature of a Catalina. It goes well with the sounds often heard aboard a Catalina when they are considering leaving the dock.... "I think I can, I think I can, I think I can....."
I am very sorry I had to post that T. I was not calling you out by name... but of course people figure it out pretty quickly.

Did you ever make it back to the dock after I let loose or are you typing on sailnet from your boat? I guess I can tow you all the way back if you need... but I am getting tired of this. Maybe Sailortjk1 can help too. He is closer.

THere is no shame in rowing back to dock. Of course, that is really going to screw up the navigational aid the Catalinas up there are using. How does it go?

Red, right, return.

or is it...

red, rowing, run aground?

HEHEHE!

- CD
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