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Old 18-12-2009, 11:32   #46
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Originally Posted by sailvayu View Post

(Psst.. Just between you and me I would have hidden the sailing for Dummies book lol, but hey thats just me )
Yeah, I think it adds a fun touch to our boat. I love the expessions of ppl when they see it up there
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Old 20-12-2009, 17:21   #47
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I hope I am doing this picture attaching correctly now (thank you for the tutorial!) Here's what our tree looked liked after the 24+ inches of snow this weekend. We have a tarp around the cockpit, but the snow blew right in. Festive but brrrrrrrr!
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Old 20-12-2009, 17:26   #48
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Yeah it made a great picture! trees don't get prettier than that! Thanks for sharing

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Old 21-12-2009, 05:42   #49
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Originally Posted by Stillraining View Post
I'm one of those you despise...look out I might get ya... ..................Sorry you are so jaded about it..I will pray for you my friend...and hope he touches you in a personal way soon................By the way..Merry Christmas ..and I mean that from the bottom of my heart..
Your response was about a comment on my original post which highlighted that so many of the Christian festivities were actually timed to correspond with pagan festivals.
The fact that those pagan religions are no longer widely folloed will not change the fact.

Any celebration that promotes friendship and family is worthwhile(whatever religion).

My beliefs are strongly held and rooted in a form of Christianity, but I have no intention of trying to impose them on anybody - in fact I have no intention of even sharing them with anybody! This does not mean I am jaded, just that these are privately held.

Thus in accordance with my statement two paragraphs ago, I have no hesitation of wishing everyone on here (whatever their religion) - a Happy Christmas.
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Old 21-12-2009, 07:33   #50
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Thanks Talbot, Merry Christmas to you too
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I put a picture of our paper envelope advent on our blog so I thought I would share:

SV Estrellita 5.10b: Making Merry on a Boat: Advent Calendar

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Just came across this thread. Thanks for the great ideas. We may try the 'mast' tree next year; along with the advent calendar.

This year, 'Victoria Rose' sported a small artificial tree, secured to post. Sailed several miles, including 48 hours of a really bumpy ride across the Sea of Cortez. Anyway, here's our contribution:
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Old 05-01-2010, 08:02   #53
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Whats christmas without a tree. We always get a tree and decorate the boat. We by a full size tree at IKEA and cut the top 3 ft off. Always gets some stares in the parking lot. We put it in a bucket of water and tie it up as well. The kids love decorating it. A tree....for sure. Merry Christmas.

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