Re: [bolger] Re: Outboard steering
- Nels thank you for the kind words. What I know comes
from doing or seeing done. Also reading a few books.
Seeing things from a few view points helps get an idea
how to make it work better. Also having to fix stuff
after you broke it tends to make you a lot wiser!
That's why I have a 1979 toyota 4x4 with 600,000 miles
on it.... If I broke it I would have to fix it. I hate
fixing stuff in the rain and mud!
Thats also the reason when I come into the dock I
don't come in any faster that I want to hit it!
> Another book I have been intending to get for a long__________________________________________________
> time. Now I will
> move it up to a "must have" from a "nice to have":-)
> You are such a rich source of information that you
> might consider
> charging consulting fees!
> We "Nautically Obsessed" boat bums are blessed in
> having you with us!
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