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Old 12-20-2019, 06:49 PM   #21
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I'm very sorry for your loss. Pets are family. You might consider getting a puppy and keeping the boat. I recently lost two cats within a couple months of each other. It's hard but it's amazing how a new family member will cheer you up. Especially when the young ones are so goofy.
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Old 12-29-2019, 07:37 AM   #22
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Thanks for your message, but we sold our "long-cours.62" who was perfect for our use, to take my old mother with us on a more comfortable boat,
after 3 hours on board she change idea and want come back to house... We keep this boat because she was use full for our old dog (back deck, salon, and kitchen same level) now without dog (except in imagination every where...) we must cut, change, after 3 month we still sad like the first day
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A dog experience in France

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Thanks for your message, but we sold our "long-cours.62" who was perfect for our use, to take my old mother with us on a more comfortable boat,
after 3 hours on board she change idea and want come back to house... We keep this boat because she was use full for our old dog (back deck, salon, and kitchen same level) now without dog (except in imagination every where...) we must cut, change, after 3 month we still sad like the first day
Checking into a hotel, as experienced German Shepherd (Bergerac Allemange?) owners we were not worried when the hotel GS dog ran full speed at us barking. We stood our ground, the aggression stopped, he became friendly. His tail was very short, we asked the owner why, he said: "One day my father was using a machine to cut the grass..",we stopped him there, that was enough information, we knew it would have hurt, dogs have nerves along the tail which is an extension of the spine. The dog was friendly during our time at the hotel.
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Thanks for your answer, but my boss oups sorry my wife said : "no more dog on boat"

Because we always lived on boat, and we like "big dog" Dryade was "old" for this bred but still apparently in good shape.
Some problem started with back leg, and the last days on board I had "back pain" my wife helped me, but, may be, we don't do right Dryade had an unknown spleen tumor probably we broken it at this moment ... She got surgery, resist two days , looking better ...and died. We made too much mistakes

The most painful moment in life is when a dear beloved friend leaves for another world.

He will always be with you.


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Old 01-14-2020, 02:05 PM   #25
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Reduced !

For prompt sale :
580.000us$ on as is where is basis
just remove one of the 20kw Kohler generator and replace by a smaller 9 kw Onan only 417 hour.
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Old 02-14-2020, 03:58 AM   #26
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Finally no customer

No customer for our trawler... too big ?
We continue to prepare her, after put a newer gen-set, we fix some solar panel now the total is 1200 w for service batteries, 200 w for keep engine starting batteries and 100 w for generator batteries.
Anyway still for sale, but if no customer before the end of March ...we will move with her, no choice.
Before yesterday I made some varnish and one nice ...hair of my dog come , I don't know from where to the varnish... and the varnish was devasted by ...my tear :-(


Now with the evolution of the rate between us$ and the price in us$ is 540k usd
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