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Old 05-08-2009, 11:18   #16
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Where are you in the Sound. Come up to Bellingham and meet Charile and myself. We should be able to get some therapy for you.
Howdy Newt..

Im down in Smoky Point area...your offer sound great to me!



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I have lost it once or twice.... although not over this particular snafu..Im just licking my wounds at the moment..I havent been self employed for 22 years because Im a quitter or a whiner..

I have never shared the whole story on this boat purchase online...someday I will come clean and do that...you will understand better then.
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Old 05-08-2009, 11:23   #17
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I took Pelagic's statement as encouragemnt. Take newt up on that sail. You, and Charlie have a good time, and send in some pics. Your silver lining is coming Mr.. Enjoy it when it arrives.......i2f
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Old 05-08-2009, 12:05   #18
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Thanks I2F it was meant as encouragement,

SR You learn early in boating that sometimes the tide and weather seems to run against you for ever and ever..... then...... you somehow manage to navigate into a place that would never have been truly appreciated without the journey.

Good luck with the yard bullshit!
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Old 05-08-2009, 12:34   #19
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Cool guys
Will send PM's and get it arranged. Glad I could be of help.
PS- you guys are going to love the Valiant.
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Old 05-08-2009, 14:09   #20
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newt,

They are gonna love not only the Valiant, but you too! It would be great if you could squeeze in a night on the hook too for them. I am sure you're aware of the frustrations they've both had with getting back in the water.......i2f
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I've met Newt, bought my SSB from him. Just need to finish paying the thing off now.

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That'll fix. Little bit of glass and a new spar your good to go. Call your insurance company, get your own rigger and surveyor, and have the mouth pieces from your insurance company go get the yard.
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