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April 11, 2011



"The main halyard winch on the coach-house seemed to be the source of a high reading on a moisture metre and a crack that appeared next to it."

That kind of talk must sweep the girls right off their feet!

Adam Turinas

Like you wouldn't believe.

It's sad. I have become and old boat geezer.

o docker

When I saw the title of this post, I thought for sure you'd get a comment from 'Generic Cialis' here.

Go figure.

Adam Turinas

That made my afternoon

Carol Anne Byrnes

Oooh, not just bedding, but bedding a winch! Aarrrh!

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