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Old 04-03-2009, 21:44   #46
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i see you are san diego--where do you keep your boat.......reactionary is goood......bbqs love to swim............mine even said thankyou when it dived overboard....
America's Cup Harbor, Point Loma. Right by H&M Landing, if you know where that is.
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Old 04-03-2009, 22:32   #47
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America's Cup Harbor, Point Loma. Right by H&M Landing, if you know where that is.

are you moored also?? or are you in one of the marinas??
i am under bridge......wow how long you been there??
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Old 27-03-2009, 15:44   #48
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are you moored also?? or are you in one of the marinas??
i am under bridge......wow how long you been there??
We're in a marina near the pizza nova. We've had the boat here for... 2 years? Lived on it for 1 1/2 or so. I'd love to get onto one of the moorings in the next year or two. Certainly would save some money.
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Old 27-03-2009, 16:13   #49
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Even more fun with an ASROC! Then you also get to watch the GMs resurface the entire deck with non-skid.
Alright Alright with the f-ing navy acronyms. you guys are killing me.
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Old 27-03-2009, 16:28   #50
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We're in a marina near the pizza nova. We've had the boat here for... 2 years? Lived on it for 1 1/2 or so. I'd love to get onto one of the moorings in the next year or two. Certainly would save some money.
Sun Harbor, cool. I was thinking of moving there but it's a bit pricey so I'm stuck in the south bay (don't want to talk about it). Also the bread sticks at Pizza Nova are a heart attack in a basket.

Zeehag I think I know the bridge of which you speak. I see your boat while jogging!

Pertaining to the thread, I've thrown sunglasses over 100 times and once, a complete stranger into the Charles River in Boston - tetanus soup!
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Sun Harbor, cool. I was thinking of moving there but it's a bit pricey so I'm stuck in the south bay (don't want to talk about it). Also the bread sticks at Pizza Nova are a heart attack in a basket.

Zeehag I think I know the bridge of which you speak. I see your boat while jogging!

Pertaining to the thread, I've thrown sunglasses over 100 times and once, a complete stranger into the Charles River in Boston - tetanus soup!
yup--the only dwelling for trolls in the dago bay!!! we are "upper crust" bay scum!!!!--lol-- i love it here except i have been here waaaay too long--i also lost my glasses overboard twice here in this mooring......sooo many things--pagers--suicidal ones, cell fones, chargers for the vhf, omg--i cannot remember---but is the really big and interesting stuff that makes for entertainment!!!!
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If I ever bought a boat (and I woudn't) with an AC-only fridge in it that would most certainly go overboard. Something about that just gets my goat. Do you have the interwebs on your mooring? How does that work?
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If I ever bought a boat (and I woudn't) with an AC-only fridge in it that would most certainly go overboard. Something about that just gets my goat. Do you have the interwebs on your mooring? How does that work?
i use a sprint dial up modem card for broadband--works usually--certasin situations cause signal disruption.....ac only fridge is a suicidal box........
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A Lobster Pot Full Of Lobster

Great stuff here...once when helping a cousin retrieve some lobster pots, 'after' the close of the Nova Scotia lobster season, we were saving some refugee bugs for collection after dark.[when the mounties couldn't see us] As we approached the pier but were still a quarter mile out, he gave the signal and I pushed the full pot of lobster overboard. But, we forgot to attach the bouy and it just sank into never never land!
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America's Cup Harbor, Point Loma. Right by H&M Landing, if you know where that is.

i been there---there is lots of interesting stuff under those boats---long ago someone used to put old batteries under his boat and steal new ones from naybores--not there anymore thank goodness!!!! but there are some chainplates fell under one boat a while back there and some other goodies----
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Lost a very nice pair of binoculars overboard. Not to mention all of the things lost on the boat that could be overboard. I have a feeling that everything will turn up one day when I find the hidden locker that everything is falling into!
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missing several things I didn't throw overboard.
Tape measure, razor knife,Electrical tape, tips for 4 and 1 screwdrivers, AMC pacer. Not sure where these have gone but I suspect given the quality, historic rate of disappearance and the confined size of my boat it is an alien plot.
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Edgartown MA - the starter spring on the outboard when I tested it before putting the bolt back on. Spent the rest of the afternoon diving for it, but it was lost in the muck.
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Am I the only one reading this thread who is appauled at using OUR waterways as a dump??
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Am I the only one reading this thread who is appauled at using OUR waterways as a dump??
you never ever never had anything jump out of your hands while repairing or whatever on board your boat--never ever???? nor had wind blow something over????
if that is the case you havent been on board very much.....lol


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