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Old 02-21-2007, 08:53 AM
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Thank god my boat isnt store in eigher of the two places.
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Old 02-21-2007, 11:33 AM
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Funny how people have time to clear snow AFTER the roof colapses .
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Old 02-21-2007, 11:39 AM
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I was in Bewerton yesterday and it didn't look all that bad. I will say that Tri Bridge should do something soon though the snow was very deep and hanging about 10 ft off the side of the racks.
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And that's why I live in California now... In seriousness, I guess you just never know and that's why we have insurance. We lost our 1965 Chris Craft Cavalier, that was originally owned by Rod Serling, when Huthinsons' Bethune Street burned 12 years ago or so. Even with insurance, it would have been impossible to replace a boat that nice with that kind of history...

You guys stay warm!
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Dude! Thats cool a buddy of mine had his old 38 ft tri cabin I think it was a about a 1951 or so. I can remember him going through the locks every spring and the press would make a big deal about it and he would give a speach and talk to people and sign $hit. I was only a kid but I do remember it
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This was a '65 Tri Cabin 36' (could have been 38' though). My dad bought it from Serling's widow. Seems like she used to keep it down on Seneca lake... Man, the last 10 years haven't been good to my brain! The NY reg number was something really low, like NY 17 as I recall.
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I Use To Keep My Boat At Aero For A Few Years When I Lived Up There, Really Nice People I Hope Every Thing Works Out For Them
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