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Old 14-09-2016, 19:31   #1
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Working in Corpus Christi Muni Marina

Over the 29th, 30th and 31st of Sept, I'll be installing my new main traveler and car setup from Garhauer Marine, a new goose neck for my main furling boom and setting my new Staysail, plus finishing the wiring on my backup bilge pump and installing a bunch of new LED lights and trying to seperate my house bank from my starting bank and find the short in my powered winch....and get some wind in the sails. Not necessarily in that order.
Anyone in the area looking for something to do......let me know.....and we don't drink Coors / Bud and any Light beer.
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Old 15-09-2016, 10:39   #2
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Re: Working in Corpus Christi Muni Marina

Just my thought that you have 3 months of work instead of 3 days. Good luck.

Corpus Christie is one place I always wanted to visit.

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Old 15-09-2016, 12:04   #3
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Re: Working in Corpus Christi Muni Marina

Yeah, that's why i was hoping you'd stop by and lend a hand, then we might have some time to take the boat out and put the rails in the water. She's getting dock fever.
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Re: Working in Corpus Christi Muni Marina

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Over the 29th, 30th and 31st of Sept,
Hmmmm my calendar only goes to 30?? I'll keep it in mind
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Old 15-09-2016, 16:33   #5
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Hilarious... If I was in town I would lend a hand. Good luck.
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Old 15-09-2016, 16:43   #6
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I'm in the Mountains of west Texas currently. Heading to the coast next week.
I've been known to make detours for Shiner Bock.
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Re: Working in Corpus Christi Muni Marina

Sounds like a good time. I'm a Shiner man, myself, and only four hours away in Austin. Too bad I'm scheduled to work that weekend. Next time, I hope.
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Re: Working in Corpus Christi Muni Marina

Shiner, Warstiener, Fat Tire and my best friend Jim.....Jim Beam, will be on hand to help ease the pain of old bodies in tight spaces.
We also keep Tequila when we want to forget about what just did, Coconut Rum when we're done and need to celebrate and Scotch when we feel like we need to brag about what we just did.
Well, we're on T-36, just in case.
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