Oh my God... what have I done...
- I bought a 1975 SJ-24 on my lunch hour yesterday.
Went and got the sails that were in the seller's
boathouse (& the porta potti & spinnaker pole).
It's hanging on a mooring buoy in front of his
house on a nearby Island... he's moving out of the
country on Sunday, which is why I got a good deal,
and I have three weeks to drop my own mooring
buoy and move it.
Is it true that the Red boats are the fastest?
- I was toying with colors and got interrupted.
I couldn't read the blue text in the blue
field where "Up Thread" and other commands reside.
I'll mess with it again eventually.
The guy I bought the boat from said he wanted to
do the same Viking funeral when he goes... but
figured he didn't want to pay storage on the boat
I think it came up when discussing "what would I
do with all these boats if he dies before they're done"
with my wife.
--- In SJemail@example.com, "sirstopher" <sirstopher@y...> wrote:
> Whats up with the colors on the Yahoo page? It doesn't look like a
> Sailing page but something from Easter. No bad feelings Mark but
> there some blues or grays that you could use? Just my 2 cents. Good
> luck with the Cal 25 you could take what you wanted off of the boat
> get it sea worthy and donate it to someone. A tax credit, plus you
> could have the value at bluebook for the boat. The person we bought
> or San Juan from donated it to the MS society here in Tulsa, He got
> a 5500.00 tax credit and we bought the boat for 1800.00 from them.
> you could also have one really big bon fire on January 1st. Or cut
> it up into pieces and make planters out of the parts - or a big
> box. My father has MS and isnt doing very well, we could send him
> off on a viking funeral!!!!! Thats how I plan on going, Broad Reach
> Sailing away from reality.
> Chris McKillip