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Old 04-28-2003, 01:48 PM
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Going abroad to New Zealand this July till November. I am going to miss you guys! Hopefully i will be able to catch a race two over there.
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Chris clean your PM box!!!!!

K-Lee told me "you did'nt let Chris drive!" Man I'm sorry about that it slipped my mind. We'll let you give her a ride with your props on Friday night 5:30 if all lines up and you can do it. You ok with that Sorry again man I didn't even realize it till K mentioned it to me. Now I feel like sh!t! BTW the boat is at "Boatworks" getting the drive oil leak fixed.

If the weather is descent we could haul rearend for dinner at the Naked Turtle with your visitor if the docks are finally in over there!

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New Zealand ? OUCH If you don't mind me asking, What do you have to do there?
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Congratulations on the NZ deal.

Lived in Oz for two years and loved it. You will be there in Oct/Nov for the Rugby World Cup, although the games will be in Australia you will get the feel in NZ.

My wife and I plan to retire in NZ.

Don't know how the powerboat racing is, but they sure love their sailboats.

If you are a diver you need to visit the Poor Knight Islands. Great place to dive (water is very cold though)

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New Zealand ? OUCH If you don't mind me asking, What do you have to do there?
Chris alluded that it was something to do with all the sheeps over there.
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Chris,

Best of luck and have a great time.

Mr. Young,

Congratulations on your choice of an Ocke Mannerfeld Designed "Bat boat" I have never had as much fun as I had in one of those, and they are the ultimate in boating safety.
 
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New Zealand has everything i enjoy doing. Skiing and surfing in the same day! I am so there. The only big downside to it was the plane ticket. $1500 ouch!
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