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01-06-2014 03:44 PM
blobaugh
Re: Folding Berth Insert Option

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Originally Posted by windyway View Post
I'm sorry but I really take offence to these 2 statements!

I consider each post as a gift from the sender, each taking time out of their lives to help strangers. As a gift, I feel demands put on any sender as inappropriate, and as such I cannot continue to contribute to this forum without a full retraction from your earlier post. I leave it in your hands.
Whoah, ok, I retract it
01-02-2014 04:15 PM
windyway
Re: Folding Berth Insert Option

Sorry about all of that. But it seems I may be leaving soon anyway.

When you do a reply, click the bottom button that says "Go Advanced" that should get you there.
01-02-2014 10:59 AM
dthriftusa
Re: Folding Berth Insert Option

Would someone be so kind ss to advise how to post my pictures. I don't see an obvious way to do this.

I don't know who blobaugh is but, thought the his comments were unnecessary.
dthriftusa
12-31-2013 06:15 PM
windyway
Re: Folding Berth Insert Option

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Originally Posted by blobaugh View Post
That is not really how we like to do it here.

Please share your photos publicly or refrain from asking others to hide knowledge from the community.

Thanks!
I'm sorry but I really take offence to these 2 statements!

In the first one you clearly involve us all in YOUR opinion. I think (my opinion) that this is NOT the case. If you edit the word "we" as in "That is not really how I like to do it here" It would more accurately depict the message, as clearly I do not agree with what you say. It would also start your post with more clarity for the remainder.

In the second statement who are you to ask anyone on this or any forum to refrain from doing something that is not unbecoming.

I requested an email, (just for all to know) to save the pictures on MY hardrive because they would be of better quality. dthriftusa was kind enough to do that extra effort for me. AND was prepared to do the same for anyone else, going so far as posting his email address! Then you flame him????

This is too much for me.

This NA Yacht forum that I helped initiate for over a year before it came to be was never envisioned by me to be what you are now requesting.

I consider each post as a gift from the sender, each taking time out of their lives to help strangers. As a gift, I feel demands put on any sender as inappropriate, and as such I cannot continue to contribute to this forum without a full retraction from your earlier post. I leave it in your hands.
12-31-2013 01:36 AM
blobaugh
Re: Folding Berth Insert Option

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Originally Posted by dthriftusa View Post
Email me at dthriftusa at gmail.com if anyone else would like copies of my folding berth pictures.
That is not really how we like to do it here. This is an open public forum where we share knowledge with each other and leave a legacy for future sailors to learn from. Rerouting through email steals this knowledge from the community and is generally not nice. We love knowledge and especially love the visuals photos provide to help us learn.

Please share your photos publicly or refrain from asking others to hide knowledge from the community.

Thanks!
12-30-2013 02:08 PM
dthriftusa
Re: Folding Berth Insert Option

Email me at dthriftusa at gmail.com if anyone else would like copies of my folding berth pictures.
12-15-2013 08:47 PM
Faster
Re: Folding Berth Insert Option

With that short span between berths I can't imagine more than plywood backed cushion(s) (maybe hinged to fold for storage??) that drop onto the rails along the berth fronts.
12-15-2013 07:00 PM
windyway
Re: Folding Berth Insert Option

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Originally Posted by GoodOldBoater View Post
On my S23 PopUp - the filler cushion has a simple hardwood backing that sits on the front ledges of the Vberth - no legs are necessary. The boat is all covered for winter but I'll try and get a pic next time I check on her.
Not the one I want, I have that cushion. If you reread the initial posting, we're talking about the side berths. There is an option for folding cushions, that's why there is the wooden ledges on the side of the side berths.
12-15-2013 04:32 PM
GoodOldBoater
Re: Folding Berth Insert Option

On my S23 PopUp - the filler cushion has a simple hardwood backing that sits on the front ledges of the Vberth - no legs are necessary. The boat is all covered for winter but I'll try and get a pic next time I check on her.
12-13-2013 07:29 PM
Southron Spirit
Re: Folding Berth Insert Option

please take lot of pictures and post them here , there is always one angle that some wishes the picture was taken from so they could see one thing .
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