Bye bye boatie

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  1. Red Herring

    Red Herring

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    Sad day yesterday.... sold my boat (The Red Herring). Part of the master plan to get debt free before my wife's mat leave is up in 6 weeks, and we become a one income family. None the less, I hated to see it go. Glad I sold her to some good folks with family... they will enjoy her.

    :beer: To The Red Herring!!! Thanks for the many hours of FUN FUN FUN!

    River fishing for me from now on I suppose! Stone? Where are you buddy?
     
  2. NorCalDoug

    NorCalDoug problems solved daily...

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    You're gonna need to change your screen name now.
     
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    nice boat...all aluminum was she ?? How did you like the honda 4 stroke ? I hear mixed results..good power and quiet and reliable ? I am a Yamaha fan myself but like the Honda also.
    Daryl
     
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    Yes... all welded aliminum, and the Honda is great! Honda/Yammaha... cant go wrong with either. I have - er- had both.
     
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