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Old 10-08-2013, 18:45   #1
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For starters, no one was hurt...

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- The boat jump scenes in the bond movie were fake. It doesn't really work.
- Who said Bayliners weren't tough?

About an hour ago, I was inside the boat and heard a big bang and thought someone hit the truck in the parking lot. I jumped up to check and saw the bayliner.
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Old 10-08-2013, 19:06   #2
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Re: Not sure correct title

whatever is way too far away to see on a small screen.
do you have a better pic of whatever you are describing?
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Old 10-08-2013, 19:14   #3
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whatever is way too far away to see on a small screen.
do you have a better pic of whatever you are describing?
Its just a Bayliner on the rocks (a new drink?). She thinks she is a car and want to go to the parking lot thru the rocks.
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boats dont do so well on rocks..... so, will it buff right out with no fewer than 72 strokes??????
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Try this. Only had my work phone handy and its cumbersome to download photos.

Other than the anchor scope being a little short, the Bayliner looks like it could be drug back into the water and driven off.
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Tough boats.
Do you know the story? Was the skipper in the head?
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He was claiming throttle problems but two "inner city" boys off the boat high tailed it out of there with a wrapped up towel before the police could arrive.

I'll let you decide if that means anything.
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I sure do. He was drinking pepsi all day and he was so ashamed of his seamanship he covered out of embarrassment.
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