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Old 07-23-2013, 12:56 PM   #21
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The boat is at rest. Perla is merely centering the bow in the berth.
Alas... "This Peril's of Perla" episode is finished.
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Alas... "This Peril's of Perla" episode is finished.
Wish I'd thought of that.
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That is a tight engine room. You have gained a step & lost a gap between bulkhead & John Deere belt guard. By the looks of the pic Mark.

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That is a tight engine room. You have gained a step & lost a gap between bulkhead & John Deere belt guard. By the looks of the pic Mark.

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