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I was right the first time. (It happens) The sail logo kinda gives it away.

http://www.columbiayachts.com/yachts/classic_50.php
Spot on. Thanks. I wonder if they can gift wrap and send by DHL ?

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Truthsayer underway

Here's "Truthsayer" on Galveston Bay.

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Here's "Truthsayer" on Galveston Bay
Gil.....looks like we gotta do something about that main twist and spill.....I know...the bimini doesn't let you see the main

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CD, along the way stop to read the TERMS OF SERVICE at Photobucket. Not beign a lawyer or a judge I can't say how they might be held, but they appear to say that Photobucket can also sell your images as stock photography, so if the image you host there winds up in some glossy magazine ad and you don't get a nickel for it...

Just be aware the terms of service you are agreeing to, appear to allow that.

Since most ISPs also provide free web hosting services, where no rights are given away, folks might want to check their own ISP before turning to a "free" online host like Photobucket, if the photos are worth anything.
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Hello,

Thank you for the tip.

Are you trying to say that the naked pics of Giu and the French President Chirac might be put out on the open net? Oops.

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pffft, like ain't nobody seen the cuban nekkid before

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Thanks CD, Giu

This was a boat I was trying to over take ( imaginary racing ) I'm shooting from our 45' Hunter, However, I do have a mini version of this boat that I'm in the process of restoring, It's a 69 Islander and I love that boat, more so than the Hunter, it just has a warmth and a grace that the Hunter just doesn't have, ( that's just a personal feeling ) plus it's so much fun to sail, I think I'll have this Islander for another 30 yrs

This one was shot a few ( quit a few ) minutes later

Columbia 50...one of my favorite boats, nice photo.
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