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Old 09-07-2017, 12:52   #106
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Re: Our Dinghy "Flo" Saved the Mothership Today!

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I figured that nobody including my wife will believe this story, so I very descretely snapped an artsy photo of the boat.

I'd believe a photo of Flo with a stack of towels strapped to her bow.


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Old 09-07-2017, 14:27   #107
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Re: Our Dinghy "Flo" Saved the Mothership Today!

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Yes, Flo gets the Save, but you provided the Wits and the Brave in the proper combination.
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I'd believe a photo of Flo with a stack of towels strapped to her bow.


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Flo is actually a nudist, hoping that someday we'll buy her a pair of chaps.
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Old 09-07-2017, 14:38   #109
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Re: Our Dinghy "Flo" Saved the Mothership Today!

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Today's anchorage entertainment is being brought to us by the Moorings Company from a Leopard 514 Powercat. These knuckleheads keep trying to drop their anchor which looks to be directly attached to the bridle. I see the anchor and bridle drop together dropping around 12ft of chain in total, into water that's 45 ft deep. Wonder why it's not working for them? They're on try #5, fortunately for me they're downwind.

Doesn't the Moorings Company require some sort of certificate of competence?
It's called a "credit card". They have to be competent to pay.
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