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Old 12-09-2016, 03:02 PM   #201
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Yes, I understand. It doesn't matter if the wake comes from a pleasure boat or a commercial boat, the effect is the same.

Once you venture off a farm pond, you will have to deal with wakes. It's a fact of boating. You need to be aware of your surroundings and ready to deal with wakes and other issues.
I don't disagree at all with that.
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Old 12-09-2016, 08:19 PM   #202
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Well guys, I am pretty well healed up. I have two Ortho appointments to tell me what this old telephone man frame has too look forward to. The back shows the effects of Author....ridias... bum knee with some ligament damage that might need an overhaul. As it stands now not going to do anything, but I want to know where I stand...or falls as the case may be. This getting old does suck, however, not as much as not getting old...well up to a point.

Next, I spoke to a FPL Officer, Game Warden if you will. He agreed with my thoughts on burning down 911. He went on to say that almost certainly 4 or more calls will warrant a "safety check". They heavily patrol the Inlets and especially on weekends.

I am going to make every effort to be more aware to protect myself, people and my boat. I will, if I see irresponsible behavior, do my best to set up the offending boat.
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Old 12-09-2016, 08:23 PM   #203
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... bum knee with some ligament damage that might need an overhaul. ...
Based on a couple of personal experience, it takes 1 to 3 years for badly strained knee ligaments to heal.
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