Martha Jane's are deceptively fast. No wake, don't look like they are
doing any thing-------except getting smaller in front of you.
On 6/29/2011 6:20 PM, prairiedog2332 wrote:
> Doh! What was I thinking? It's a Martha Jane of course.
> I guess viewed from that angle it fooled me. And yes there was one in
> the 2010 TX200 and it did really well.
> Nels (Will delete the file and add the photo to MJ info.)
> --- In email@example.com, "prairiedog2332"<arvent@...> wrote:
>> This was an unlabeled random photo in with a group of photos from the
>> 2010 TX200. I never heard of any Micros in that event though so it may
>> have been a photo taken of a local boat in the marina or something. It
>> was posted on Facebook.
>> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Mark Albanese marka97203@ wrote:
>>> Where'djagethat, Nels? In plan view that boat would be much like LM,
>>> yes. As pictured, at first I thought the bottom profile may not be
>>> quite as snubbed, but comparing LM's chine rather than keel profile
>>> gives an almost perfect match too.
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