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Old 07-25-2007, 04:20 PM
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I BROKE a sweat cleaning the boat in the morning

hmm being a boat lacky not asn owner is alot cheaper when things break

But you looked so good as a bow monkey Marc!
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Old 07-25-2007, 04:39 PM
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We were definitely tip toeing across those killer waves! SO much fun!
I told Joe at the time that I would be smiling for a week, and I still am

BLee was definately tip toeing and taking care of business!!!
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Old 07-25-2007, 05:08 PM
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I see you gave Joe the GOOD seat. LOL! Do you regrety that?
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I told Joe at the time that I would be smiling for a week, and I still am

BLee was definately tip toeing and taking care of business!!!
Great pic!!! Those smiles are what its all about!!!
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Great pic!!! Those smiles are what its all about!!!
That's the truth. When Blee flew by us in the Top Gun my chin dropped to the floor.
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Old 07-25-2007, 07:06 PM
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Only problem we had was a Oil pressure guage that quit working. It appeared to be electrical. Other than that everthing looked ok. Little sore the next day though.
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Mike, I had the same hole wore in my back as you, just a little lower. Maybe because I'm taller. But, it was a fun ride!

And a little drive damage from the morning run to MC.
Stopped in at the shop today and AL showed me a "little" of your drive damage..........
Didn't know that you could put that many chunks and pieces from Bravo outdrives in a bushel basket............
Been there myself and hope you get things back together soon,
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I got a few water spots on the sides of my rig....
I saw those. Couldn't believe it.
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cigs are by farthe most durable boats on the planet!
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Found more damage on the 46 Cig last night. After I replaced the 3 screws from the panel in the cabin, I opened the engine hatch to give evrything a once over. I found the piece of SS trim that goes around the drip ledge in the bilge had lost a screw. Luckily, I have some 1/2" long #4 screws and replaced it. Oh , and each dry sump oil tank for the engines were about a half a qt. low too. Damn maintenance !!!
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Stopped in at the shop today and AL showed me a "little" of your drive damage..........
Didn't know that you could put that many chunks and pieces from Bravo outdrives in a bushel basket............
Been there myself and hope you get things back together soon,
Dennis
It's sounding like he is soon going to be needing a bigger basket.
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