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Old 01-01-2004, 10:09 PM
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Sling don't you have a second boat? If so you are out. If not you are DEFINATLY IN!!!

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I guess I'm a closet member of the trailer queen squad. I've been working s l o w l y on the 20 foot Formula for almost two years.
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You guys! I love how there is an element of subterfuge about money when it comes to wives! But wives will gladly inflate the value of some stupid rock that hangs on a finger.... too Funny!
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You guys! I love how there is an element of subterfuge about money when it comes to wives! But wives will gladly inflate the value of some stupid rock that hangs on a finger.... too Funny!
Ok thanks for making me break out the meaning of life book

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i might be in 2 years and the onily way our boat gets wet is rain and 1 a mounth it gets run on the hose
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hmmmm are we almost a club???
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hmmmm are we almost a club???
Yup "The Knights of The Dry Trailer".
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Rule number one: You must miss at leaste one ENTIRE season of boating.

Rule number two: You must have plans of repair that are larger then your financial situation allows and time, and are about two to three times or more then what your wife thinks they are going to cost.

Rule number three: You have to be OK with missing the season

Rule number four: You have to be abused by board members mercilessly about your not being in the water (Foul definatly qualifies for this one )

Rule number 5: Trailer Queen Club is a very exclusive badge to wear. TOO OLD and I vote in all members. The aplication process is long and distibuished like my Johnson.

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Sad to say, but I meet the requirements. The only movement this boat has seen is to move from one warehouse to another
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Audio, you might want to add this to your list


Rule number six: When you finally do get the boat done and hook her up to go to the ramp, you make it a quarter mile from home and all the hubs seize up and wheels fall of because of how long it has been sitting
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I think my father and I can be members . We have a 1973 lyman that has been sitting for 7 years and so far we have an estimate to do the hull repairs
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