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Old 11-27-2011, 11:52 PM
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So found this pic and boat is on the beach. So was it the result of the tides?
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Old 11-28-2011, 12:25 AM
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yep, pretty common practice down in Fla. hang out for the day an let the tide come and go.
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yep, pretty common practice down in Fla. hang out for the day an let the tide come and go.
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Look close there is another next to it.
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That was a party spot somewhere in Fl area and it is common for them to become beached whales!!!
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its a pita if you want to leave early!!
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That's my friends. Pic is from glouster mass big party spot. That was done on purpose they camped out on the beach overnight
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That looks good for the drives sitting in the sand and supporting the boat.

Could pay me enough to abuse my boat like that!
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Could pay me enough to abuse my boat like that!
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Usually the stern faces the water unless it was planned as this was.
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