Re: [bolger] Re: Small Boats ;-)
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> > "Boat owners IQ and boat length tend to be inversely proportional".Yeah, and I started out with a 29ft Tennessee. Doh!
> > Stan, Snow Goose.
> Damn Stan!
> Why else did I move from a Punt to a Micro!
> micro Oink!
- View SourceHi Group,
Does this mean that the really bright people in this world don't build boats
at all? Or perhaps the model builders win the IQ crown? Me, I'm thoroughly
enjoying being fat, dumb(er) and happy. BTW, I wish you Micro folks
(Micromaniacs) would quit with the posts; I'm really getting tempted to
order a set of plans for a closer look. Stop it, stop it. I have the
second Pointy Skiff and Ira Einstein's double paddle dory (Doryak) both
under construction with the Pygmyboats Coho kit waiting in drydock. I don't
need another temptation. And what about the Kayleigh plans I have? I'm
loosing it.......early stage Micromania, perhaps. Are study drawings
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Chuck Leinweber [mailto:chuck@...]
> Sent: Monday, January 01, 2001 2:01 PM
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Re: [bolger] Re: Small Boats ;-)
> > > "Boat owners IQ and boat length tend to be inversely proportional".
> > >
> > > Stan, Snow Goose.
> > Damn Stan!
> > Why else did I move from a Punt to a Micro!
> > Don
> > micro Oink!
> Yeah, and I started out with a 29ft Tennessee. Doh!
> Bolger rules!!!
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> - no flogging dead horses
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- View SourceWelcome Jim C.,
It's always good to hear from a possible convert. For something
better than Study plans, go to;
If that doesn't convince you, then check out;
If your still not convinced, check out; "the most bang for the buck"
thread in the egroup archives.
Stan, A non-predigest independent outside observer, M/V Snow Goose