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Old 16-02-2006, 23:23   #16
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What sort of bar do you pilot? I used to have to deal with all sorts of bars when I fished the NZ West Coast.
That system looks very good & will try to see if I can get in NZ otherwise I'll have to import which could take a while.
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Never seen a system like this before. Looks interesting to try out?

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Old 22-03-2006, 09:48   #18
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Hi CaptinK:
FYI, a Barpilot is one who brings ships into a harbor. Like San Francisco. Both my father and grandfather were ship captains and after they retired from going to sea they both became San Francisco Barpilots. I'm the only one who didn't follow in the family tradition.
There is your answer.
Also, if you are interested in a Froli Sleep System, I believe that there is an Aussie distributor. I could ask the factory who it is.
Just let me know.
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I'll let ya know.

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Quick funny (now) incident: We bought a cheap inflatable mattress for or first boat (58'). The first night the seams that made the individual cells gave way on my side. I spent the night trying to balance myself on what was basically a large ball. We threw it in the dumster in the morning.
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Aww c'mon Knotty.

You know that after a great time in the sack. Ya fire one up for the home team. And smoke away!!
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