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Old 06-05-2013, 09:44 PM   #41
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Empty fridge?

Can he detail my boat??

Lol!
Another look at your link...

That's some cool shit
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Old 06-05-2013, 10:12 PM   #42
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To Walt's credit, I did revisit the scene of the crime and yes, he did redeem himself. I can't find the link now, but there was a bottle of JD and some IPAs in the fridge. Cpseudonym will probably find it. As a matter of fact, I sent Walt an email last night asking for pics of a well stocked fridge to post to salvage his rep. Here's a quote:

"PS. That table spread while taking a fishing break looked top shelf. Got any pics of your fridge? It might help salvage your sullied reputation which Iím now sorry I contributed to."

I haven't heard back. He's probably still looking for a pic.

Beachbum, here's where it all started back in 2011.
But of course, Walt would drink a gentleman's drink. Not that yellow foamy stuff that roughians and red necks drink. After all he owns a Gourmet Cruiser.
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But of course, Walt would drink a gentleman's drink. Not that yellow foamy stuff that roughians and red necks drink. After all he owns a Gourmet Cruiser.
How often does the gourmet cruiser, cruise???
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Old 06-05-2013, 10:25 PM   #44
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How often does the gourmet cruiser, cruise???
Sir, Walt on Seahorse II is widely known as a great host and raconteur that serves only the best as he cruises the San Diego Bay area.
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Sir, Walt on Seahorse II is widely known as a great host and raconteur that serves only the best as he cruises the San Diego Bay area.
I must apologize for my comments. Any vessel that pristine almost always stays in port.
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Beachbum, here's where it all started back in 2011.
Very, very nice, Al. I'm overwhelmed!
You should have been a photo journalist!

Having emptied the frig for the yard visit, it is once again bare. I'm so embarrassed that it had such an impact on people. It definitely won't happen again. (Visits by TF members, that is. )

I will, however, always remember your 2nd visit or was it the 3rd? I'm so gun shy that every time I hear a jet go over, I'm running to the store for boat snacks and drinks!
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But at least San Diego Bligh allowed my woman to have sustenance, so he has some heart (or was he afraid that without antifreeze she'd freeze to death on that cold February SoCal day after he'd enticed us to the Left Coast with promises of sun and warmth?).
David: That was a fun week!

I remember the trip to Newport beach where you brutally found fault with an Ocean Alexander that I was in love with. My wife and I couldn't sleep the whole night after listening to your take on that lovely boat.

Then there was coffee every morning or was that Jack Daniels...I don't remember. It must have been JD as that is where Al got the idea for his contribution.

In all seriousness, for the rest of the Forum, you guys should try some of these visits with each other. They can be a lot of fun!
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When I used to own a 7 series BMW friends would travel from around the world to visit.

Made some very good friends from those days.

I miss them.
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In all seriousness, for the rest of the Forum, you guys should try some of these visits with each other. They can be a lot of fun!


I couldn't agree more Walt. We looked at a couple of yacht clubs then realized that we are so blessed to know such a great group of SF Bay/Delta cruisers right here at TF, why bother. It's as though not a month goes by without great socializing opportunities we feel we'd get little value from club membership.

You other members are really missing out on a great opportunity that is the small social group section of this forum IMO. Our local group has multiple threads with dozens of posts and every other month someone is coordinating a meet up.
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What about in the Daytona area of Florida?

Seriously, I own and run a company, but I'm a web guy at the age of 56 and not really good with many people.
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What about in the Daytona area of Florida?

Seriously, I own and run a company, but I'm a web guy at the age of 56 and not really good with many people.
We're up for that. Should be coming through on our way north. Maybe next spring.
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We're up for that. Should be coming through on our way north. Maybe next spring.
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What about in the Daytona area of Florida?
http://www.trawlerforum.com/forums/groups/all.html

There is not one listed. That means you can create one and get the party started. Click on the "start new group" link at the bottom of the above list and follow the prompts.

Then invite fellow TF'ers from your area to join.

Sorry for the thread jack Walt
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"It definitely won't happen again. (Visits by TF members, that is. )"

Good times, Walter! Good times!! You are a true gentleman and a great host. I'm just sorry I spoiled it for the rest of the TFers who were waiting for a visit on the good ship SeaHorse II.

Cpseudonym, maybe we should just form a TF Trawler-Not-A-Yacht Club! No dues, no meetings, no officers! Just slow boating!
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Al always seems show up with an IPA:

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Not sure I like that Al?

Sounds like I would have to keep it under 1800 rpm

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I even brought an extra one for you!
And vice versa! Besides, as previously reported, Perla's cousin's son drank the last one you gave to me!
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Cpseudonym, maybe we should just form a TF Trawler-Not-A-Yacht Club! No dues, no meetings, no officers! Just slow boating!
Isn't that what we're already doing here in the SF estuary?

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