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Old 06-29-2009, 11:19 AM   #7576
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I went sailing and hurt myself.....

I sure do miss my Andrews 43.
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Old 06-29-2009, 11:21 AM   #7577
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I sure hope so, but I'm pessimistic cause after a week the bone's still moving around. Doesn't seem to be doin much healin. 'course I'm being a dumbass, I went sailing and hurt myself, I tried wrenching on the Dakar and hurt myself, I was cleaning house and hurt myself. It's difficult because it feels fine right up until suddenly it doesn't and then I think I'm gonna die.
if you move its gonna move... sit still and it will heal.ps it "will heal "f#cked up if it pops out of place ,you have to hold it in possition or pay for life.... trust
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Old 06-29-2009, 11:32 AM   #7578
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if you move its gonna move... sit still and it will heal.ps it "will heal "f#cked up if it pops out of place ,you have to hold it in possition or pay for life.... trust

I know, my other one's all messed up already. This one's weird though, it doesn't want to go into position.
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Old 06-29-2009, 11:35 AM   #7579
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I sure do miss my Andrews 43.
You're welcome to come out any time. You'll have to do all the work though

I have a Pearson 424. Not the best sailing boat but still fun. Catalina was gorgeous this W/E.

I bought diesel for the first time in a year and a half Friday. Ouch.
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Old 06-29-2009, 11:41 AM   #7580
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I know, my other one's all messed up already. This one's weird though, it doesn't want to go into position.
push and hold,thats all i did for a couple weeks when i was layed up in county SC....but the clavy was the least of my problems
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Old 06-29-2009, 02:22 PM   #7581
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You're welcome to come out any time. You'll have to do all the work though

I have a Pearson 424. Not the best sailing boat but still fun. Catalina was gorgeous this W/E.

I bought diesel for the first time in a year and a half Friday. Ouch.
We used to have a 303... I loved it.
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Old 06-29-2009, 02:52 PM   #7582
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You're welcome to come out any time. You'll have to do all the work though

I have a Pearson 424. Not the best sailing boat but still fun. Catalina was gorgeous this W/E.

I bought diesel for the first time in a year and a half Friday. Ouch.
Excellent! I might thake you up on that one day. No problem on doing all of the work. I used to race my girl singlehanded and double handed.

This is a pic of her in the 2003 Ensenada Race. I've also raced her to Cabo, and Manzanillo.

In 1999, I won the Santa Barbara/King HArbor race, Long Beach Race Week, Crew of Two Around Catalina, Catalina Island Series, and we took 2nd in the Channel ISlands Race in 1998.



Alas, I sold her last year as the kid duties took priority over days and weeks of fun and alcohol filled time on the water.
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Old 06-29-2009, 03:52 PM   #7583
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I din't no you into sailboats that hard ,i race with my uncle in his boat and Win 3 times the Buenos Aires(argentina) to Rio (brazil ),i be up for help with the work ,just need someone the yeld wath to do went im drunk
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Excellent! I might thake you up on that one day. No problem on doing all of the work. I used to race my girl singlehanded and double handed.

This is a pic of her in the 2003 Ensenada Race. I've also raced her to Cabo, and Manzanillo.

In 1999, I won the Santa Barbara/King HArbor race, Long Beach Race Week, Crew of Two Around Catalina, Catalina Island Series, and we took 2nd in the Channel ISlands Race in 1998.



Alas, I sold her last year as the kid duties took priority over days and weeks of fun and alcohol filled time on the water.
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Old 06-29-2009, 04:15 PM   #7584
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Excellent! I might thake you up on that one day. No problem on doing all of the work. I used to race my girl singlehanded and double handed.

This is a pic of her in the 2003 Ensenada Race. I've also raced her to Cabo, and Manzanillo.

In 1999, I won the Santa Barbara/King HArbor race, Long Beach Race Week, Crew of Two Around Catalina, Catalina Island Series, and we took 2nd in the Channel ISlands Race in 1998.



Alas, I sold her last year as the kid duties took priority over days and weeks of fun and alcohol filled time on the water.
Wow, that's awesome Rob! Sounds like you were pretty good too!

How much beer do those things hold?
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Old 06-29-2009, 04:24 PM   #7585
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us much you can afford wen playing,no at all wen racing
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Wow, that's awesome Rob! Sounds like you were pretty good too!

How much beer do those things hold?
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Old 06-29-2009, 05:35 PM   #7586
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us much you can afford wen playing,no at all wen racing
The saying around Long Beach/Newport was that if you sailed on Allegiance, you must have a high tolerance for alcohol .

We used to rate the distance of a race by how many cases or kegs it would take to finish.

Herrhelmet used to race with me. He could tell some stories I'm sure . Not to include the one where I got him thrown out of his Yacht Club for life due to a little incident in Ensenda involving an angry midget, a cruise ship, a dragging anchor and a lot of alcohol, I think a shot gun might have been involved in this incident as well. Could've been another though, they all run together after a while.

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Old 06-29-2009, 05:49 PM   #7587
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That's a good capitan ,my uncle load the boat wen playing ,but no let you bring more the 2 liters o scotch wen racing ,he always race against the pro rich guys down there and beatr theme by few hours with a crew o 5-7 in a 37 ft ,i need the ask him wath brand was the he copy .
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The saying around Long Beach/Newport was that if you sailed on Allegiance, you must have a high tolerance for alcohol .

We used to rate the distance of a race by how many cases or kegs it would take to finish.
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Old 06-29-2009, 05:54 PM   #7588
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That's a good capitan ,my uncle load the boat wen playing ,but no let you bring more the 2 liters o scotch wen racing ,he always race against the pro rich guys down there and beatr theme by few hours with a crew o 5-7 in a 37 ft ,i need the ask him wath brand was the he copy .
My main competitors were Roy Disney (Walt's Nephew) and Dennis Conners.

I usually raced sprints with 13-15 people and offshore with 6-8 depending on the length of the race.
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Old 06-29-2009, 06:31 PM   #7589
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hey dale, nice to see you riding again. come to the next ride....angeles forest and big bear camp/ride...mid of next month
thanks joel, it's good to be riding again. thanks for the invite but can't make that weekend - something about an anniversary involving the wife.
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Old 06-29-2009, 07:29 PM   #7590
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thanks joel, it's good to be riding again. thanks for the invite but can't make that weekend - something about an anniversary involving the wife.
congrats dale! ok, i'll see you when i see you....

meantime, the rest of you FFs enjoy the video... nowwhat's downhill ride on a downsized bike.....

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