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Old 04-08-2021, 11:56 AM
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Anyone know who left TNT trailering a small Cigarette yesterday? It had a full cover, but a Lipship logo was on the transom. I called out to the owner, who I thought might be Craig (Old School) but they were loading my trailer and he didn't hear me over the fork lift.
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Old 04-08-2021, 02:31 PM
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Could've been Phils. He's got a really nice dark purple / grey / black 20. Has a black full cover I believe.
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Old 04-08-2021, 03:54 PM
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Wasn't me. Mine is on it's lift in Cape Coral.....

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Wasn't me. Mine is on it's lift in Cape Coral.....
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Wasn't me. Mine is on it's lift in Cape Coral.....
How do you enjoy the boating in the Cape Coral area? I just accepted a new job with a company (after 22 yrs at current) & they want me to eventually move to FL. They are located in Melbourne but i have been looking in Cape Coral/Fort Myers area. I dig the canals.
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How do you enjoy the boating in the Cape Coral area? I just accepted a new job with a company (after 22 yrs at current) & they want me to eventually move to FL. They are located in Melbourne but i have been looking in Cape Coral/Fort Myers area. I dig the canals.
The boating....and overall living in Cape Coral is fantastic! Why did we pick Cape Coral over the east coast of south Florida? Cost of housing and living expenses is MUCH lower than the east coast!! Also, there is never a day that we can't go boating because of wind. The negatives: Everyone is moving here and it's getting crowded! Boating this winter has been hectic at best. With everyone in the Country coming here for vacations (because of lockdowns where they live), it's result has been that every day on the water is as busy as a holiday weekend!
People that don't live here call it Cape Coma... My experience is that fun can be had wherever you are, you just want to have fun and not be a miserable person!
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I put in last weekend at the Burnt Store ramp and headed south around Pine Island. That area where Ft Myers, Cape Coral, Sanibel and the river all come together was nuts, boats everywhere. Headed north up around Cabbage Key and the boat traffic was WAY better.
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Old 04-09-2021, 03:52 PM
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ill say after the little run i did last month in cape coral it is on my top of the list for my next house. but i just can't bring my self to buy right now with the prices of houses. hopefully i will get one during the next down turn and not at the high point which is what i have always done in the past
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We love Cape Coral getting a good GPS and learning the waters!
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