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06-21-2002, 09:06 PM
Hi people! My family has a boat. :cool: Her name is Patience. She is a 30 footer, a sailboat, and a good place to go on. She has a Lu, a kitchen, a forward cabin, a pilot house, and much more.She is made out of wood, white and brown. Whenever we go sailing on it, when we get to the place we sailed to i always sleep on the floor, and my sister gets the cumfy bunk, but it looks like a couch because it is a couch but on a boat it'a not called a couch. My favorite places to sail to are: watch hill, cockles harbor, mystic seaport,newport. Although... i would much rather drive to newport because of the hard trip we had on the way when everyone got seasick but me and dad. :confused: But it was worth it because we stayed at the Marriott hotel and had a really nice room, and we had to stay an extra few days because there was a flood there. :D Plus the gameroom was fun, i loooooved the water pinball machine. ;)
06-21-2002, 10:10 PM
Welcome, Pooka! Good to have you aboard! :D
This may be a first, having three generations of one family posting on the forum. :cool:
06-22-2002, 02:43 AM
:D :D :D Welcome aboard Pooka!... grab a stool and have a yarn let your old man get aboard now and again and maybe even get granpa shanghied aboard again havent heard from him in awhile...
Sasspirrialla (sp? whatda I know? we dont have that muck down here!!) for the youngun Barman Bob of Cleek!!! make mine...... mmmmm..... missus is about... :eek: ... okay I'll get back to ya on that mate! :rolleyes:
Take it easy
06-22-2002, 08:24 AM
Ahoy, Pooka! If you're a Rosen, you're in pretty darn good company. Welcome to the group.
Hi Pooka...welcome to the funny farm. Lotsa good stuff to read here, and even a few things about boats.
I used to live in your town. I went to Sedgwick Jr. High School, and Conard High...and lived right across the street from Conard, next to Rockledge Country Club. Caddying at Rockledge was my first real job...when I was 12
06-22-2002, 08:44 PM
Pooka, just you work at keeping your father in grandfather in line and you'll always be welcome here, LOL. I note you used a :( after your comment about how all were sick but you and your dad. Seems like you should have used a :D , or maybe a ;) .
Welcome aboard. Where is Cockles? I did some sailing along the southern New England course some time ago, LOL, but that does not ring a bell.
06-23-2002, 07:36 PM
Hello Pooka, If there's one thing I would have wished for it's the opportunity to grow up in and around boats.( I did to a certain extent.)I'd count you, and my own Kids for that matter, as pretty lucky in that regard. I have a daughter of about your age.
That tough sail,....You have to be philosophical about those.( sometimes you have to take the rough to get the smooth).Nice to see you on the forum.
Alan D. Hyde
06-24-2002, 10:10 AM
You've got a good boat there.
And a good father and grandfather, who converse frequently with all of us here.
Next time you go out on Patience, take a box of ginger snaps with you.
If, when it starts getting rough, you feed them to those who are prone to seasickness, then there's a good chance they'll be OK.
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