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03-23-2011 05:44 PM
blt2ski Dawg!?!?!?!

Oh yeah, he is a missing, have you not noticed how quiet it is around here?

githchegoomie or some such thing, yes superior as in song, great song. have most of his albums somewhere here in the house, not that I have a record player any more!

Anyway, Smack does sail on a pond as I recall.......
03-23-2011 02:50 PM
LandLocked66c
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First you have to get those 5 down pat up to F11. Then Roth'll send you more.
Great then!
03-23-2011 02:46 PM
smackdaddy First you have to get those 5 down pat up to F11. Then Roth'll send you more.
03-23-2011 02:43 PM
LandLocked66c I'm concerned that there are only 5 secrets to heavy weather sailing! Did I order the right book?
03-23-2011 02:34 PM
smackdaddy
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OK Smack,

Just when to you need a JSD on Lake gitcheegoomee in Texas? or whatever that pond is you sail on?LOL

Anyway, may need to check out this book, even if at this time I doubt I will be offshore to need something like a JSD. Didn't Dawg say this was the way to go in another thread somewhere?

Marty
As slow as I sail, I'm convinced I've already got one hung up on my keel.

Who's Dawg?
03-23-2011 12:37 PM
AdamLein
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Just when to you need a JSD on Lake gitcheegoomee in Texas? or whatever that pond is you sail on?LOL
Isn't Gitcheegoomee the original name of Lake Superior? Gordon Lightfoot seems to think so.
03-23-2011 10:57 AM
blt2ski OK Smack,

Just when to you need a JSD on Lake gitcheegoomee in Texas? or whatever that pond is you sail on?LOL

Anyway, may need to check out this book, even if at this time I doubt I will be offshore to need something like a JSD. Didn't Dawg say this was the way to go in another thread somewhere?

Marty
03-23-2011 09:24 AM
smackdaddy
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Glad to hear you liked the book Smack; . . . Will you be putting it on the agenda for your next on-the-water book review of the month (with all attendees expected to follow the proper dress code of course)?

I thought you might be interested in Roth's comparison of the Jordon Series drogue, parachute anchors deployed using the Pardey method, etc.. -His analysis seemed unbiased and experience-based to me.
Heh-heh. You know it pal!

And you're right. He does a great job of breaking down all the off-boat options in a clear, objective way - backing it up with several examples for each. He definitely made a believer out of me on the JSD.
03-23-2011 09:16 AM
LandLocked66c Just ordered it!
03-23-2011 08:03 AM
MC1 Glad to hear you liked the book Smack; . . . Will you be putting it on the agenda for your next on-the-water book review of the month (with all attendees expected to follow the proper dress code of course)?

I thought you might be interested in Roth's comparison of the Jordon Series drogue, parachute anchors deployed using the Pardey method, etc.. -His analysis seemed unbiased and experience-based to me.
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