Boats - The Song

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JimK
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Boats - The Song

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Not sure if this is a pontification, but it's a song that that struck a chord with me (no pun intended). Curious what others might think.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iewD-3VB7Ik

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alexander38
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that hit it... :wink:
Carver 3607 ACMY 454's Merc's
10' Dinghy 6hp Merc.
La Dolce Vita
Let's hit the water !

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Yep...it's what's it's all about!
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Big D
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Sweet. And if I didn't know better I'd say that looked a lot like my first boat. 28' '61 CC Connie. Many years of fun in her and she is still around. Really loved those masts and the old chromed hardware...timeless....I got goosebumps :D
She was a 1969 36 ft wooden beauty with big blue 440s that we'll miss forever.
And thanks to the gang, 2012 Trojan Boater Of The Year

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