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Old 01-15-2004, 02:10 PM
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See what YOU'RE missing
Yep, and we're also missing this.
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Old 01-15-2004, 02:11 PM
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As soon as I read Rick's reply, I knew that was coming!
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Old 01-15-2004, 02:22 PM
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Maybe I'm the only one (and that wouldn't bother me), but I welcome the change of seasons. I enjoy the winter for the most part, even the snow, and we adjust our activities with each season. (try ice sailing sometime if you want a rush = to a high speed run in a boat)

I have always had a tendency of tiring of things when I do them repetitiously, and I have a funny feeling I would tire of boating if it was at my disposal every day, 12 months a year. The change of seasons and weather allow for a more varied lifestyle, which seems to fit me fine. To each his/her own, I guess.

I think there is a certain 'anticipation' that northern boaters get with the coming of each new season that renews the excitement and fun of it year after year. I personally would hate to lose that feeling.
There are definitely days that I need the warmth of the south- and jets make short order of getting that fix.
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Old 01-15-2004, 02:28 PM
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As soon as I read Rick's reply, I knew that was coming!
Ya know,

that thought did not even cross my mind, if I were into that stuff, I am sure if I were, I would be in a little more than this.

as far as change of season, we get it every day this time of year, 50 degrees in the morning, mid 70's by noon.
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Old 01-15-2004, 05:04 PM
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Reading this thread you'd think that the only place to boat in the South is Florida. Here in Texas we will be boating in the 70-80 degree February weather before you know it. I can make more $$$ (and do) here than up north and we have no state income taxes in TX.

I can't stand the cold weather. I went to Vermont over Thanksgiving and almost froze to death. Everyone there was under the peculiar impression that it was a nice day and hadn't gotten cold yet. Yeah right. As much as I may like the idea of a hot rod snowmobile I think I'll stay here where the high today is 65 and the low is 60. (I wish I wouldn't have winterized my boat yet).
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HELL NO, I ain't fergettin'!!!!!!
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AS soon as my truck is out of the shop, we are heading south for round 2 of the Florida home search. We should be there middle to late next week. Take us for a boat ride and prove your point
 
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AS soon as my truck is out of the shop, we are heading south for round 2 of the Florida home search. We should be there middle to late next week. Take us for a boat ride and prove your point
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I LIKE FLORIDA BECAUSE YOU CAN CARRY A GUN AND OWN A MACHINE GUN
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Too many bugs and NON English speaking residents
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