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  1. #11
    Registered Half Nutz's Avatar
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    Re: No more boating and it's not the engine


    sorry to hear the bad news, Get well soon.


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    Re: No more boating and it's not the engine

    Sorry to hear about the foot, but this proves it! Obviously it IS a man's man, no boating!!!!

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    Re: No more boating and it's not the engine

    Quote Originally Posted by Ms PatriYacht
    43 Ft is a little hard to learn on
    No it's not, the nice thing about big boats is they don't move to fast on you around the dock. Too bad about the foot, must be something going around. One of the guys at my marina broke both of his ankels on Saturday wake boarding.

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    Re: No more boating and it's not the engine

    I hope for a speedy recovery for Ian and welcome aboard the cat anytime.

    Mark Smith

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    Charter Member #232 Charter Member Audiofn's Avatar
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    Put your best foot forward!

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    Re: No more boating and it's not the engine

    Sorry to hear it. I broke my ankle ten years ago, and it still hurts. It's swollen right now.

  7. #17
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    Re: No more boating and it's not the engine

    LOL at Too Old.

    Sorry about Mr. P's break, be sure to update us when he has his follow up visit.

    I think you could drive the boat. Docking would be the obstacle, and with a boat that size, the current and waves have less of an effect. Just go slow, forget about the throttle and kick it in and out of drive. Sounds easy enough huh? LOL could just get close and lasso yourself in.

  8. #18

    Re: No more boating and it's not the engine

    Donna, thanks for the reminder, every time my kids try and " shame" me into doing something that I "use" to do I'll think of Ian ! The guys in great shape he'll heal quicker than the doc's think.

  9. #19
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    Re: No more boating and it's not the engine

    That sucks, I hope you have a speedy recovery Ian, and Donna I'm sure you could drive the boat, you guys have been boating for a lot of years, it really isn't that tough!

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