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Old 08-12-2014, 07:51   #16
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Re: Stripping for a Haulout?

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Stripping for a Haulout?



This actually may be an effective way to barter yard time... Possibly higher quality work too...

I don't do lap dances.

Not that there is anything wrong with guys that do them for other guys.


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You're probably right.... Not many "yard girls" to be seen.... And surely we're not the most desirable specimens either....
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Re: Stripping for a Haulout?

ye climb poles, but can ye dance on em or with em????

and they wonder why folks like keel stepped masts.....
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ye climb poles, but can ye dance on em or with em????

and they wonder why folks like keel stepped masts.....
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Re: Stripping for a Haulout?

Never taken anything off my boat in any yard anywhere (including the USA :-) ) and have never had anything stolen.

I do have locking lockers for tools & small electronics, don't leave valuables in plain sight, and lock dink & OB. Just common sense to avoid tempting someone.
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