THE WINNER OFThe Trojan Boater of the Year

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gettaway
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Re: THE WINNER OFThe Trojan Boater of the Year

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Congratulations Todd, you certainly deserve the title, after a long hard year as co-TBOY, I can tell you that you can expect long days and nights on the job!!

Just kidding, so, are you looking to sell your boat? :shock:

Congrats!!
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Post by aaronbocknek »

as the 'other half' of the 2013 TBOY pennant, i want to wish you MAZEL TOV on your title. you've earned it in so many ways. i cannot wait to see the finished boat. i'm not that far from you.... i think.
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Congrats tom
Great work !
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Thanks again guys ! After shoving snow for last two days I'm really looking forward to getting the boat done!
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Congrats! I voted for you so I expect some special treatment when you announce your cabinet.
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Re: THE WINNER OFThe Trojan Boater of the Year

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Congratulations Todd (Yorklyn).

I must admit there are a few things you've done on your boat that have inspired me to think.....hey, I could do that... and I guess that's the real power of this site.....ideas that can be borrowed, adapted and used as inspiration. Thanks, and congrats again

G
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George, I can confidently say that anyone who has any basic mechanical know how could easily do everything I'm doing with a little research. The members on this site were a huge inspiration and wealth of knowledge that helped me through issues that arose. Although it has been frustrating at times, I have truly enjoyed my project. If there is ever anyway that I can help you or anyone else with information or direction on a project , please dont hesitate to ask. I am by no means an expert but I've learned alot about boats over the last five years.
From my experience, you as the owner of your boat , can typically do a much better job than a lot of "so called " experts out there as long as you do the research first.
Thanks,
Todd
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