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Old 13 October 2006, 14:34   #121
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Old 13 October 2006, 16:01   #122
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Nice shed......
Cheers Peter

It is for my buisiness but seems to have ended up full of my toys
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Old 14 October 2006, 02:04   #123
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It is for my buisiness
Cracker moved up to the country from the big city to get away from a big city gangster, he now plays at farming and calls him self farmer boyce
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Old 14 October 2006, 21:24   #124
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Here's mine...

I love "Show and Tell"...

This is my rig, parked across the street from my place, taken today. It's snowing fairly heavily, with gale-force winds, so I'm staying put...

I pull with a GMC Yukon with a 5.3 l. V8, which does a great job. I trail the boat all over the Great Lakes, from the east end of Lake Superior to the St. Lawrence River, probably considerably farther than you are likely to go in Britain. (Not that this is a good thing!)
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Old 15 October 2006, 13:23   #125
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Stoo,

Looks like a nice strong set up. Enjoy the weather, bet its very cold there now.
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Old 15 October 2006, 19:34   #126
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Enjoy the weather, bet its very cold there now.
Today actually turned out pretty well... the wind had died out by this afternon! I got out for a little run on the lake, but the season is pretty mush over for most people now. All of the commercial boats are being lifted out tomorrow, so I'll have the entire lake to myself!
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Old 15 October 2006, 19:47   #127
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Hope you still get some good days Stoo... You are a tougher man than I.
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Old 15 October 2006, 19:59   #128
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Hope you still get some good days Stoo... You are a tougher man than I.
Not tough... just stupid! The problem with this fresh water, is that it gets rather solid for about four months every year, so I like to make the most of it.

I have some pictures someplace of me breaking ice in my old RIB... a Hurricane Mark III Hybrid... made by Hurricane before they were bought by Zodiac. It's surprising how well these little boats push through and over pack ice... I'll see if I can find them and post them...
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Old 16 October 2006, 09:43   #129
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I know how you feel regarding the ice, we get our fair share of it too in the winter months. Not much of a cold weather boater myself, winter sucks! The only break I get is when I head to the Florida Keys, Should have probably moved years ago but once you get that lake water in your veins you are a goner. The Great lakes are one of the best (if not the best) places in the world for boating when the weather permits. Your area is especially beautiful, Post some pictures when you get a chance.
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Old 17 October 2006, 11:07   #130
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Tornado 8.5, VW Touareg... Boat just picked it of at Titchmarsh Marina, supplied by Barnet Marine!

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