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Old 18-02-2016, 17:59   #136
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Introducing the St. Francis 50 mk II: Wayfinder

And I've given you mine. What are we actually achieving here? Nothing. Proving my point.

Anyway, I'll leave you to enjoy your unrequited love of Hugh


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Old 18-02-2016, 18:03   #137
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And I've given you mine. What are we actually achieving here? Nothing. Proving my point.

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Old 18-02-2016, 18:10   #138
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Now that's not very nice. Do you know what the word or means? I respectfully suggest you reread my post, there's no lie there.

Take it easy mate. You're not entitled to a response from anyone and it's not disrespectful. Go for a sail, it'll make you feel better. I'll be doing just that in about 4 hours; a spot of twilight racing 😊


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Now that's not very nice. Do you know what the word or means? I respectfully suggest you reread my post, there's no lie there.

Take it easy mate. You're not entitled to a response from anyone and it's not disrespectful. Go for a sail, it'll make you feel better. I'll be doing just that in about 4 hours; a spot of twilight racing 😊


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Old 18-02-2016, 18:17   #140
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Good for you. I hope you feel better.

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Good for you. I hope you feel better.

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Now that's not very nice. Do you know what the word or means? I respectfully suggest you reread my post, there's no lie there.

Take it easy mate. You're not entitled to a response from anyone and it's not disrespectful. Go for a sail, it'll make you feel better. I'll be doing just that in about 4 hours; a spot of twilight racing 😊


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I like your posts, I like your style!

Have a great (and safe) time sailing! I'm jealous!
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Old 18-02-2016, 20:09   #143
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I like your posts, I like your style!

Have a great (and safe) time sailing! I'm jealous!
Why thank you! Much appreciated

We won last week so we'll probably keep the beers to a minimum tonight...doh!
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A Groupies Lament.....
..,..Can a Wayfinder find a way to simply disappear when groupers nibble at the wake of fruition?
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A Groupies Lament.....
..,..Can a Wayfinder find a way to simply disappear when groupers nibble at the wake of fruition?
Haha, you know what happens to groupies right?
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Wake of fruition?
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this thread St. Francis 50: "Wayfinder"

It's not closed.


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Use some common sense, he stopped posting there and only posted on this mk 11 tread
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Wake of fruition?
Realization of something desired or worked for; accomplishment: labor finally coming to fruition.
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