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Old 16-10-2010, 21:56   #121
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here is apic of my better half's smile---

and bubby wanted in, too....



thankyou! they are fun to take...
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Old 17-10-2010, 16:26   #122
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Now were rockin...... great posts guys!

Keep the stories coming!...Don't be bashful its not like your invisible in this world anyway...the IRS already knows where your at...get over it and post away you scallywags!...
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Old 17-10-2010, 16:30   #123
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Y'know, zee..I looked at your boat..then started reading about Formosas...Sweeet boats.
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Old 17-10-2010, 16:36   #124
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they can be--- many need help-- many need less help than the imaginary reputation.. ct 41 and sea wolf hardin41 are same or similar enough to be same...
watch out-- they can incur passion in a heartbeat-- the way they move thru the seas---wow the look of them with a bone in their teeth,..... impressive! nd i idnt even mention the teak interior and oil lamp soft light--LOL-- is a real heart grabber--i love it!!!
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Old 17-10-2010, 16:40   #125
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You can post pictures about that in my next thread Zee "Oil lamps,mood lighting and Lingerie"..
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Old 17-10-2010, 16:42   #126
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they can be--- many need help-- many need less help than the imaginary reputation.. ct 41 and sea wolf hardin41 are same or similar enough to be same...
watch out-- they can incur passion in a heartbeat-- the way they move thru the seas---wow the look of them with a bone in their teeth,..... impressive! nd i idnt even mention the teak interior and oil lamp soft light--LOL-- is a real heart grabber--i love it!!!
Yes, she has a way about her...sort of like two puppies fighting under a quilt...

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You can post about that in my next thread Zee "Oil lamps,mood lighting and Lingerie"..:d:d
Or you can do that right here.
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Old 17-10-2010, 16:55   #127
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IN! Mark told me on either our first or second date that he was pushing for an early retirement so that he could sail to French Polynesia. I said " Great!". He asked if I would ever consider it, I said "Absolutely!" so we made it to the third date.

I've not yet done any open ocean sailing so who knows how well I will fare but this is far too important to him and its now too important to me to give up when we are so, so close. I would not feel any shame if we fail, only shame if we do not try.

This past June marks 5 years together for us. We were officialy married on Jan 24, 2009. I'm including a shot from our wedding because my hair will never look this good again ( it usually has epoxy in it these days) and the dressiest I get these days is shirt with no varnish stains.
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way cool photo Mimsy!
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IN! Mark told me on either our first or second date that he was pushing for an early retirement so that he could sail to French Polynesia. I said " Great!". He asked if I would ever consider it, I said "Absolutely!" so we made it to the third date.

I've not yet done any open ocean sailing so who knows how well I will fare but this is far too important to him and its now too important to me to give up when we are so, so close. I would not feel any shame if we fail, only shame if we do not try.

This past June marks 5 years together for us. We were officialy married on Jan 24, 2009. I'm including a shot from our wedding because my hair will never look this good again ( it usually has epoxy in it these days) and the dressiest I get these days is shirt with no varnish stains.
awesome-- ye made him dress proper!!!! wow yer dress is awesome as well!!!! goood pic.
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Old 17-10-2010, 17:18   #130
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Oh Mimsy, I do love a man in a kilt! lol We were in Inverness one time and there was a traditional wedding downstairs at the hotel (lots of men in kilts). My husband wouldn't let me go down there! hahahaha

Rebel Heart, sorry I missed your pics earlier. Great looking family.

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Old 17-10-2010, 17:43   #131
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One in Dress tartan, and one in hunting tartan..'tis a wee bit odd, that.

Descended from the clans Hamilton and Keith...THAt would be a lively family reunion.

I wonder how funny it would be to show up for a job interview in a kilt...with Clamorragh...
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I guess the concept is... one is no longer supposed to be "hunting"
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The much better half!
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Old 17-10-2010, 18:07   #134
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I'm definately in and luckily, he's in too. But if that ever changes and he's out.....well, then he will literally be out ;-)
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Old 17-10-2010, 18:08   #135
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Too far in.

After coming home from this weekend out she said the only time she feels relaxed at all now is on the boat.

She doesn't want to sell it.

Sorta opposite huh?
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