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Old 13 December 2006, 23:49   #11
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pm'ed you Ocean Eco
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Old 20 December 2006, 22:28   #12
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Well went out to see Guy and he said to say hi to you Mark and John and he says he's still waiting for them pics you were going to send wants some action shots for his portfollio you got a beauty seen all the pics there in the build John. Shop is pretty full as the orders are coming in all the time sent one to San Deago <? today. Well i seen what i want now i just have to go see a freindly bank manager . Course going in there is like asking a kid not to touch anything and all these great toys around its tough not to say i want this and then no can you build this you walk out of there and think how can i make tis work First rate shop out there if any one out there is looking there workmanship is numero uno http://www.polarisboats.com/p/boats.htm
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Old 20 December 2006, 23:46   #13
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I figured you'd like what you see in terms of personnel and product quality. The welds on those aluminum hulls are like pieces of artwork. The bare boat prices of their aluminum hulled RIBs are quite reasonable compared to many other brands. As for the loan thing tell the banker that you're doing a bathroom reno including a new aluminum tub with a hypalon collar.

I'll be in the Langley & Vancouver area visiting family over the Christmas-New Year stretch.
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Old 20 December 2006, 23:55   #14
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Threre welds are un real really as i weld and have seen my share around but i was also looking at a 19 ft fiber Neptune nice lines and over 1/2 inch thick he has some nice designs for every purpose can we say fasssstttttttttttt. His web site just doesn't do it justice.Your coming out this way during the holidays till when? were leaving but will be back around 29
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Old 21 December 2006, 00:19   #15
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Getting in this Saturday, will stick around until Jan 3rd or 4th (Sales tend to be very quiet at this time of year). I'll PM you my cell #. Maybe we can have a beer pounding session with some of the other Vancouver area Ribnetters.
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Old 21 December 2006, 07:32   #16
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Maybe we can have a beer pounding session with some of the other Vancouver area Ribnetters.
Geez PT, I was just going to tell you that I will in Winterpeg on the 31st. Fortunately (!) it's only for 27 minutes on the way to Banff for a little schoosing! I was going to suggest you stand at the side of the runway with a "Winterpeg Welcomes Stoo" sign to make me feel important!
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Old 21 December 2006, 11:18   #17
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How be I just place a huge " STOO ! on the end of the landing strip?

It would only take 2 cans of spray paint. A black one to cover up the 'P' and a white one to overspray that spot with an 'O'.
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Old 21 December 2006, 22:26   #18
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How be I just place a huge " STOO ! on the end of the landing strip?

It would only take 2 cans of spray paint. A black one to cover up the 'P' and a white one to overspray that spot with an 'O'.
Now that would be entertaining. Certainly would impress the hell out of the g/f!
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Now that would be entertaining. Certainly would impress the hell out of the g/f!
But will your two pilots know to stop! too, rather than stoo! ?
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Old 22 December 2006, 05:39   #20
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But will your two pilots know to stop! too, rather than stoo! ?
I don't imagine it would matter anyway... I suppose there's only a couple of people getting on or off... They'll just need to move fast!
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