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Old 01-14-2012, 04:22 PM   #16
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So did I.
(except it was an off-shore cigarette with twin blown 572's)
But things have changed a lot in a short time over there.
Sailors have no patience for that kind of boat you know. As a kid and before converted to racing sailboats, I worked for old ladies on the then pristine Lake Tahoe. I was too young to drive a car but was allowed keys to a gorgeous Chris Craft thing. Only to fetch groceries and stuff. I promise,

Cigarette boats are legendary on both coasts of course. As I remember, the torque of twin 572s could flip the ligthweight hull around faster than most imagined? You needed 4 gorgeous, even anorexic babes on board just for weight?

Never rode on one. If I can find 4 gorgeous, desperate anorexic women my age? With everthing lifted and enhanced ? Will you help me hot wire a cigarette boat? We could make a reality series out of it.

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What a way to fetch groceries!
And what a beautiful place to do it.
And you can get awesome babes with any kind of boat.
And I never drove one of those monsters, just ridden in.
The bay is so rough you're all beat to sh!t after you come in.
And I know it takes a lot more skill to maneuver a sail boat than one that you just point and dump the throttle handles.
Oh the memories...
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Can you say "somebody hi-jacked this thread"?

Andy.
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Old 01-14-2012, 06:52 PM   #19
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Can you say "somebody hi-jacked this thread"?

Andy.
You are not suggesting I did? Once in awhile I used to sail and race a 35 foot Cheoy Lee Lion sloop riggged boat from Berzerkelley to Sausilito to pick up sails for a weekend race. She actually loved the water and sailed herself.

It does not get more DIY than sailing on your own.

The drive and paying for bridge tolls would have taken forever. Across the water, cut the trip in half or who cared. Engine seldom worked so I learned to parallel park her. Anywhere.

Only other sailors will so much as giggle. I became a very tacky person.
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Gorilla glue is the good one for the same

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