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    Re: Lost my Beagle to cancer

    Bart, our rescue beagle, died two years ago. He had his moments, but we still miss him.

    Best to you and your family at this trying time.

    Kevin
  2. Thread: Guitar

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    Re: Guitar

    That's cool, Todd!

    I gotta get a Rick someday. Never owned one. Never even played one.

    Kevin
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    Re: Yamaha outboard ignition switches

    ^ Break Out Another Thousand

    :D

    Kevin
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    Re: The puns around here are getting out of hand.

    There's no caws for that, Skip.

    Kevin
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    Re: Yamaha outboard ignition switches

    Well, some are OEM switches--which always carry a premium--and others are aftermarket, which can vary in quality from just as good to carp. I have had good success with Sierra products, in general, ...
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    Re: Lofting the Brewer catboat

    Thanks for sharing the details, Jim.

    Keep on keeping on.

    Kevin
  7. Thread: Guitar

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    Re: Guitar

    Fender offers a limited edition ( 1,000 made) George Harrison model rosewood tele for $2,500.

    https://shop.fender.com/en-US/electric-guitars/telecaster/george-harrison-telecaster/0115400721.html...
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    Re: when having a superyacht is not enough

    I've always thought of double-wedge in the context of lobster and downeast hullforms.

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    Think: one wedge laid flat and the other wedge on edge.

    More:...
  9. Re: Amazing what money can do in Barrs prison

    Barr's prison or prison bars?

    Kevin
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    Re: A gaggle of Windsprints

    I like a "rush " of Windsprints as the collective noun.

    Kevin
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    Jigged up this fluke. ...

    Jigged up this fluke.

    https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20190816/2a300baecd4e31efe9072f41a9279a8f.jpg

    Fried one of the four filets in butter, salt and pepper and a squeeze of lemon.
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    Re: Sullymir Sullenbergerov

    too many, maybe
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    Re: Battery technology. Changing fast.

    Makes it easy for the mice and slugs to get in, eh?


    Oh, I'm just teasing.

    But, for all the money and technology, we have people running cables under partially-open doors. Better solutions...
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    Re: Battery technology. Changing fast.

    And it needs to live in the garage, with fido the dog, the kids getting on their bikes and mom doing the wash.

    Not " anti," at all; just acknowledging the practical realities.

    Kevin
  15. Thread: L.W.Baxter

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    How about this oldie, guarding a farmstand down...

    How about this oldie, guarding a farmstand down the road from me...

    https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20190815/6c1509c78198812460163fb42bcbfb00.jpg

    Kevin


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    Re: You go Virginia .....

    If they screen enough suspects they'll find the culprits.

    Kevin
  17. Re: Did you'all see the good guys with a milk crate and a chair?

    One can often tell an outdoorsman by the waffle-butt that results from the use of standard-issue economy seating in many skiffs and duckblinds. Ranks with the discarded five-gallon bucket for...
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    Re: Donít Call Me

    Yeah, don't sell hobbits short.

    Kevin
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    Sticky: Re: list of 500 rowboats, bump

    Well done!

    Kevin
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    Re: James 'Son' Thomas

    Well done!

    Kevin
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    Re: Haircut rant...

    I go to Orlando's. Its a local barber shop with three chairs and you'll find a mom with kids, local businessmen, retired guys, and everyone in between. Usually a good place to find out what fish is...
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    Re: Donít Call Me

    Only a guess, but as a fan of the films....

    Fredo was the underachieving sibling, passed over for leadership of the family business in favor of his brother. His resentment about this led him down...
  23. Thread: Dopelganger!

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    Re: Dopelganger!

    I am constantly being mistaken for Metallica frontman, James Hetfield. Especially in airports.

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    Kevin
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    Re: Skiff build completed

    Awesome!

    Kevin
  25. Re: Which religious group would you trust the most?

    He was. So were James Dean, Joan Baez and Cassius Coolidge ( Painter of, " Dogs Playing Poker.")


    Kevin
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    Re: Congrats to my great nephew

    WTG, Nate!

    You're right to be proud of him, Jamie.

    Kevin
  27. Re: Rotted section of chine log on a 12ft plywood skiff

    The, " book," ( most published literature) suggests shaping the filet and then covering it with glass cloth. That is how I have always done it. However, there are those who say the glass is...
  28. Re: Rotted section of chine log on a 12ft plywood skiff

    Cut out the offending pieces back to clean wood. ( A Fein Multimaster, or other oscillating flush cut tool will make this easy). Taper( "angle") the cutouts at each end. Then shape a filet of...
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    Re: Guitar

    Cool!

    Kevin
  30. Thread: Cooler Corn

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    Re: Cooler Corn

    So will brandy, high proof rum, olive oil, cinnamon....

    Kevin
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    Re: Cooler Corn

    This is how they do it at the roadside farm stands around here.

    Kevin
  32. Thread: Cooler Corn

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    Re: Cooler Corn

    ^ Corn cobs were often for wiping butts, in the days when homes had three bedrooms and a path...

    Kevin
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    Re: Cruising Lake Champlain?

    Here's the thing. If it's beautiful or "pristine" then hordes will have already discovered it. That's my experience.

    If I want solitude, I go fishing 60- or 80 or 100-miles offshore. Or in winter,...
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    What's for dinner

    Vegetarian night last. https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20190812/5afddb5c92ecd0d27334172d2aca421f.jpg

    Roasted veggies, sautťed spinach ( garlic, oil, cilantro, red pepper), quinona, and avocado...
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    Excellent ( even sideways) Kevin Sent...

    Excellent ( even sideways)

    Kevin


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  36. Thread: A crap idea

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    Water's a precious resource, too, though. Some...

    Water's a precious resource, too, though. Some might take a wider stance in response to your position.

    Kevin


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    Happy Birthday, Ian. Kevin Sent from my...

    Happy Birthday, Ian.

    Kevin


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    Re: Just heard that Epstein offed himself

    Sounds like one potential solution.

    Will be interesting to learn what, specifically, " suicide watch," entailed in this case.

    Kevin
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    Re: Just heard that Epstein offed himself

    Suicide watch: Here's a case where respecting prisoner's rights may have resulted in less protection for the prisoner's life. For example, full-on, surveillance 100-percent of the time might be said...
  40. Re: Another superyacht concept drawn with a straightedge

    Plumb stems have been trending on powerboats in recent years.

    20 Foot Chris-Craft, 24 foot Axopar, 58 Wally,

    4290242903429024290442905

    Kevin
  41. Re: Another superyacht concept drawn with a straightedge

    Geographically-appropriate deck-scaping is the new thing, doncha know. One simply flies in the right greenery with changes in latitude and season.

    Maybe I'll start a business to provide this...
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    Re: It's VW time...

    Had a 73 Superbeetle. Liked it.

    I just picked up a Kia Soul for running around in and I have to say, it gives me a similar vibe to my old bug. ( Except no shifting and the heat in the Soul...
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    Re: older cat boat - Craigslist Long Island

    ^ Yep. Same for the Triboro ( RFK) bridge.

    Classic classifieds irony: " in good overall condition but would need a total restoration."

    :)

    If you want me to go take a look and more photos,...
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    I beg to differ, while the enhancements may...

    I beg to differ, while the enhancements may vary-- shrimp, chicken, hold the anchovies--the core ingredients of a Ceasar are consistent.

    Kevin


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    Let me know. We can meet for coffee or I can tag...

    Let me know. We can meet for coffee or I can tag along on the shopping if you like.

    Kevin


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  46. Re: Lewis & Clark expedition Courage Crossing

    Thanks for the post, Jack. Have fun.
    Looking forward to seeing more.

    Kevin
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    Re: The rarest vodka in the world, ATOMIK

    Sounds like the distiller is fission for customers.
    Goes good with Chicken Kiev, no doubt.

    Kevin
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    Re: Happy birthday to Katherine...

    Happy B-day!

    Kevin
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    Re: "I probably made a big mistake."

    There's a sucker born every minute.

    Kevin
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    Re: Bridge repaired at last...

    I just can't get over it.

    Kevin
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