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Old 10-13-2005, 05:00 AM
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Boat: 1998 Ski Nautique
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Originally Posted by Big Spray
Doug, the new folding seat looks great!! Nice job. The skins were worth every penny. You'll enjoy this for years. As for dips on the windshield, just put a couple of thumb tacks up there with some two sided tape -only takes one time.

Texas cold, you need tougher ski buddies - water's 56 here and air is colder, but still a few runs to go this fall.
Great idea with the tacks. As for my ski buddies, I have to keep giving her the option. I think I can coax her out once in November.

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Originally Posted by NeilM
Great work, Doug! my stereotypical view of lawyers is going to have to change...

Speaking of changing... from what I've read here, the 'daddy' role fits you well, too...
I do what I can to fix what so many law-talkin' guys have broken.

Yeah (checks watch, it's 2:57 a.m.). Just got him back down. He slept 8 hours straight two nights ago. Now this. But he won't be this small long, how could I resist losing an hour of sleep. Well, half an hour. I had to post a few.
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