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Old 03-09-2018, 07:47 AM   #1
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Good morning family

Good morning today I'm going back to my boat to see if I can finish my project I will put some pictures when everything is finished on my day is coming I'm planning to loose the lines the second week of April I tried to follow the suggestion they get somebody to help me for couple days into all learn the ropes in my boat but I can find nobody if somebody is in the north East I want to make some little bit of money let me know the person who asked me if I received the text no try it again God love you
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Old 03-09-2018, 07:57 AM   #2
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You know God loves you when you finish dock, successfully
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Old 03-09-2018, 08:19 AM   #3
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Come on Hector, use some periods and commas!
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Ok,!!
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There ya go.

I must have missed a previous thread. What are you working on?
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Finishing the ceiling in the front
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Hector, I don't really understand either. You have a boat and you're fixing her up?

What kind of boat? What are you doing? You say you need help?
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Yea , 34ft double cabin Marine Trader. I bought it 2 months ago, my plans are to take it down to Florida. And I've been fixing and Waterlick in the front.
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Yea , 34ft double cabin Marine Trader. I bought it 2 months ago, my plans are to take it down to Florida. And I've been fixing and Waterlick in the front.
Oh nice, sounds like fun. Once you get her fixed up you'll have a big sense of accomplishment! What's Waterlick?
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Oh nice, sounds like fun. Once you get her fixed up you'll have a big sense of accomplishment! What's Waterlick?
the waterlick is the same as a water leak SMILE
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Sure a lot of fault finders posting this evening, just saying:nonono

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Sure a lot of fault finders posting this evening, just saying:nonono

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There ya go.

I must have missed a previous thread. What are you working on?
Yep...he made a thread about how he pulled off the headliner and there are all these little squares of wood up on the ceiling. He posted pictures. It was interesting to see how that was built.
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Sure a lot of fault finders posting this evening, just saying:nonono
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All boat has their faults and shortcomings and some folks, even me at times, are quick to point them out. Even my "perfect" AT34 has its faults and shortcomings and some folks would delight to point them out to me. Examples: It would be nice if I updated the electronics today but, assuming I am still boating for another 5 years, if I updated today, the next owner would complain, the electronics need to be updated. I would like a helm wheel more suited to a tug, an ol'timey wooden spoked wheel instead of the current stainless destroyer type helm wheel. Bigger air horns to scare the crap out of boats near by.... Apparently some boaters are either deaf or not paying attention. Ah, let me include a larger or perhaps 2nd hanging closet.

Tours are available so folks can inspect and prepare a written list of all the faults and shortcomings.
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What does that :nonono mean?
Come on Menzies, I have always given you credit for being an intelligent person. I recognize your vast wealth of knowledge, enjoy the depth of technical information you post. Sure I disagree politically with your views, a normal reaction to a debate basis.
Being a mere high school grad.I admit to being a common soul struggling to make ends meet living off the interest of the money I owe. But to have you pose his question over what means takes the cake. In closing:



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