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Topic Review (Newest First)
02-27-2009 04:23 PM
blt2ski Cascadia

Look there!
02-27-2009 02:15 PM
captdave57 What is the (MISTY Group?)
02-26-2009 02:52 PM
captdave57 Yes that is right, the bridge in the distance is the I-205, over the Columbia River.
Thanks for the complement on my boat,, she is a bit old but ya gota love the older ones. The real wood (teak) and holly soul, The warmth that the salon has. and no blisters at all. The long fin keel and the big dagger rudder give her great responce, style and control. I like her a lot, and sail'r often.
02-25-2009 03:19 PM
blt2ski OKAY!
I was thinking you were talking about an older boat yet that you had yrs ago!

She is a pretty boat. I like the spin with the clover leaf on it! That must be one of the Portland bridges in the back ground then? Was thinking a LW floater, but brain said, no, that looks more Columbia river'ish.

Are you part of the Misty group in the cascadia email list?



Marty
02-25-2009 03:07 PM
captdave57 Marty she is in my avatar
02-25-2009 03:06 PM
captdave57 Hi there,
Faithful Girl is a 31.6' Hunter, vintage 1986,, She is a fine sailing vessel, After we bought her is west Seattle we sailed her down to our home port in Portland, Ore.

Captdave57
02-25-2009 02:51 PM
blt2ski What kind of boat was SV Faithful Girl? Hoping it is not the one Jodie on here is trying to get rid of!

marty
02-25-2009 01:32 PM
captdave57
Crystal blue

Hi Marty:
Okay, it is still a nice looking boat, I hope that whoever is doing such a god job, that they go forth and concure. I just thought that the picture was taken in Edmonds, I was looking for My boat there, I remember the back ground of your shot. Anyway, what-do-ya-know, I finily found my S/V Faithful Girl, in west Seattel. Hope all goes well. thanks for the bounce


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Dave,

is NOT my boat, but she is on the dock to the north of me here in Edmonds. I do see the couple that own the boat, and try to get her to repost the end results, but alas, she has not done so. I was at the marina monday, and there in front of me was a perfect opportunity to take a pic with her new deck/hull paint job as of last july 08.

Compared to the first picx when the boat was picked up, she is looking good. I was hoping that maybe with a how she looks pic, folks would quite doing the how to fix her up! Then again, some will look at the OP, not look at the other 70 something posts and realize she has been fixed up!

She can be seen on the F dock from shore. Usually there is a pilot house Valient in the way.

marty
02-25-2009 12:26 PM
blt2ski Dave,

Crystal blue is NOT my boat, but she is on the dock to the north of me here in Edmonds. I do see the couple that own the boat, and try to get her to repost the end results, but alas, she has not done so. I was at the marina monday, and there in front of me was a perfect opportunity to take a pic with her new deck/hull paint job as of last july 08.

Compared to the first picx when the boat was picked up, she is looking good. I was hoping that maybe with a how she looks pic, folks would quite doing the how to fix her up! Then again, some will look at the OP, not look at the other 70 something posts and realize she has been fixed up!

She can be seen on the F dock from shore. Usually there is a pilot house Valient in the way.

marty
02-25-2009 09:54 AM
captdave57
Crystal Blue-wow-

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Crystal Blue as of 2/23/09

PUUUUUURRRRRRRRRRRTTTTTTTTYYYYYYYYYY!

other than that blue tarp!
This looks nice, and would you be haven any pictures of the inside of her?
Sure would be nice to see those.
Side question,-,, Is this up in Washington State?
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