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12-28-2009 07:44 AM
OziDude
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Originally Posted by CaptainForce View Post
I like to read and share on internet sites like this one, but I have a wonderful and prized collection that requires minimal storage space. I have about one hundred phone numbers for take-out pizza stored on my cell phone. These are for delivery to dinghy docks near anchorages from Penobscott Bay in Maine to Panama City. 'take care and joy, Aythya crew
Now thats a collection I would like to have

If only they were applicable to the Australian mainland

Ozi
12-28-2009 07:28 AM
CaptainForce
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Originally Posted by OziDude View Post
....... I wont have the space, so my various collections will have to go or go into storage.......Ozi
I like to read and share on internet sites like this one, but I have a wonderful and prized collection that requires minimal storage space. I have about one hundred phone numbers for take-out pizza stored on my cell phone. These are for delivery to dinghy docks near anchorages from Penobscott Bay in Maine to Panama City. 'take care and joy, Aythya crew
12-28-2009 05:22 AM
OziDude As for things (Hobbies) to do onboard. As a pending liveaboard I will have to make adjustments to my hobbies. I wont have the space, so my various collections will have to go or go into storage.

I am now looking at Photography, Writing and having some kind of online business as my hobbies.

Good Luck with your choices...

Ozi
10-24-2009 03:33 PM
poopdeckpappy my wife knits, sews, needlepoints and some other stuff
10-24-2009 06:08 AM
Gauguin Does anyone knit, spin or felt while on board?
08-20-2009 04:53 AM
sww914 I started sportscar racing as a liveaboard, I still race as a landlubber and as soon as I find another boat I will continue to race as a liveaboard. It's not boat friendly but I still do it. It is a lot of fun, as good as sailing and not weather dependent.
08-20-2009 02:08 AM
poopdeckpappy
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Originally Posted by Cruisingdad View Post
We LOVED going out in the dink and exploring
in the dink or on the kayaks we love to explore the cliff, the point, caves; good stuff

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searching the boat hide and seak style for my mysteriously mising tools that were... yes you guessed it, in the head.
Ya don't need a 1yo to enjoy this, I swear, one of these days I going to be at the pumpout and I'm going to see my missing watch go fly by that little window in the hose



HEHE! But it was all good.

- CD[/quote]
08-19-2009 02:32 PM
hellosailor Ya know, CD, I'd bet that if you put the head way up there on the wall, about six feet above floor level, and maybe installed some creepy Halloween animatronics around it, the kids would never go near it.

Give 'em each two diapers, one to wear, one to wash, problem solved, right?

(VBG)
08-19-2009 01:19 PM
Cruisingdad We LOVED going out in the dink and exploring (of course, we are not Kidless), fixing the head that a 1yo stuffed with tp and began macerating, snorkeling, fixing the head that the 1yo stuck a matchbox car in and tried to macerate, walking the beach and collecting lots of different shells, fixing the head that didn't like the roll of paper towels that the 1yo tried to flush, searching the boat hide and seak style for my mysteriously mising tools that were... yes you guessed it, in the head.

Of course, telling you this, you really will stay kidless!!

HEHE! But it was all good.

- CD
08-18-2009 11:59 AM
FreidaB I'm liking the leather work and silversmithing!
How about photography(only need a lap top and a nice digital camera), scuba diving, crocheting or knitting, reading, writing a book, wood carving, hook and loop rugs, miniature boat designing, or...
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