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Old 01-07-2017, 12:41 PM   #1
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Hope those water hoses are disconnected!
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There is just something about being snug and warm on a boat in cold, inclimate weather. While you are more aware of what's going on outside, drinking a nice cup of hot coffee or tea in the comfort of the boat is a nice feeling.
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What he said.
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Hope those water hoses are disconnected!
Water is off and all lines on the dock are drained. Some folks just leave there stuff where it was the last time they were there. The Marina pulls their boats, but doesn't pick up after em.
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There is just something about being snug and warm on a boat in cold, inclimate weather. While you are more aware of what's going on outside, drinking a nice cup of hot coffee or tea in the comfort of the boat is a nice feeling.
+1. We did our New Year's Day cruise with 5 other couples on board. It was about 28*, no wind, light snowfall. Just a great way to spend the day with 10 friends.
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