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Old 04-03-2002, 10:31 AM
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We were more than happy to help you and Kurt out. I appreciate the compliments on our kids. I dont want everyone to get the impression that they walk around with halos on their heads like their father does however they really are good kids. They sure liked you guys too. They kept asking .......so where do you think Jon and Kurt are on their trip.

MissAlex (my wonder girl..... meaning I wonder what she will do next) is like mom quite inquisitive and Sam the Man is kind of like Dad....... goes with the flow. I joke sometimes and say I have a Politician (Sam) and his campain manager (Alex) ..........you know vote for my brother or Ill beat the crap out of you. ha ha ha

Kids sure make life interesting, I love listening to them.

A trip to MA / ME would be fun I dont know about this summer but perhaps in the fall to see some of the color.

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Old 04-03-2002, 11:49 AM
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Hey now tell the whole story....

I believe that some one did not show up till 11:00 pm. So I had a head start.

If you guys ever need a place to stay I have you covered.

Later, what are we going to do with you? two engines as good as three???

let me know when your coming back down, I owe you a couple of drinks...I think

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Old 04-03-2002, 01:17 PM
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Where in Maine do you live? I live in northern Maine about 75 miles north of Bangor. Looks like I will have to travel to the southern part this year though because we have NO water in the lakes around here. Glad to see other Mainers on here.

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Old 04-03-2002, 07:15 PM
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Hey everybody, thanks again for the great hospitality! LOTO rules!!! I brought home some realestate flyers and my wife says she would move in a minute! We WILL be going back and hopefully sometime soon.

Today was my first day back to work after a LONG time of goofing off! Gotta pay for the 'Gun. I am working at a marina up the lake from my house and I have the boat there until the water rises enough to put it at our dock. It was killing me to look at it all day while working on other peoples boats. I am looking forward to the weekend to tinker with the new toy!

We are in Naples, on the Sebago/Long lake waterway.the water level on the Long Lake side is about 18"from full pond. Sebago is really low, about 6' lower than normal. I think that many folks wont be able to use thier docks and several marinas are refunding slip fees

Oh well, enough rambling.

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Old 04-06-2002, 02:27 AM
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Kurt...It's Pam...I resigned up for OSO since I changed email addresses and couldn't remember my password for the old screen name I had...

I just wanted to say that I saw the pics and the boat is BEAUTIFUL...if all goes well maybe I will get a chance to go for a spin over 4th of July

I'm glad Audio was able to help you make the trip a success...

Break on through to the other side...just think how good the Doors will sound on that boat!

Give my best to Laura....
 
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Old 04-06-2002, 09:45 AM
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Congrats! Great looking boat! Glad the trip was a success!
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Old 04-06-2002, 10:41 AM
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Biggus, How long did it take you guy's to get home?
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Funhome it took us about 26-28 hours with stops and rests to get home. Maybe a little more. We did not really pay any attention to when we left.

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It was the most hassle free road trip ever
I was a little nervous going home but all went incredibly well!
I wish I could make a living travelling around the country looking for the perfect boat for someone I think I`d be good at it

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