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Old 06-04-2004, 09:07 AM
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Knot tying

Need some advise about tying a unique knot?

Joinning to different strands that must not fail. Knot has to be durable over life's persistance for tension and strain. Predict calm seas throughtout the trip, but less not forget, we have to be prepared for those rogue waves. Have trip plan filed for tonight. The Captain, first mate and vessel will be blessed at 6:30. At that time we will cast off to our destination.
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Old 06-04-2004, 10:09 AM
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It took me a minute to catch on. Of course there are frequently rough seas, se la vie, but with a little effort and patience the course will stay true, and the good times far outnumber the stormy ones. A heartfelt congratulations and luck on your voyage! I`m sure this is one knot that will last a lifetime.
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Old 06-04-2004, 10:29 AM
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Old 06-04-2004, 10:31 AM
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If we were a couple of kids I`d say " well there goes your fishing" but us old sea dogs would rather fish than... well you know!
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Old 06-04-2004, 10:32 AM
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Congratulations Ray. I think we all knew you were serious when you showed up at the Rhody Fly Rodder's meetings with your hair combed and in a dress shirt . Wish you all the best tonight and for years to come.

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ALL THE BEST CAPT.
Hope you and the Misses have a wonderfull night .
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ps Sean you stole my line
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I was not aware that you had a keeper in the house. I think you know when I say that I could not be happier for you and your son. I sure hope your evening and impending journey afterwards are worth a lifetime of memories. I honestly wish you and your new wife all the best for all eternity, I am as giddy as I can be about this good on ya mate!!!!! WOW.....................Very Cool!!!!

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Many years of happiness to you both.
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When my Yemen visa ran out...

I had to leave the wifey and kids behind...
Congratulations Capt Ray!...
'Sounds like a keepah!
I wish you well and double happiness...
...but can she cook fish?!
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Thumbs up Congratulations, Captain

Ray! Congratulations! Now you will have two ports in a storm. All waters in RI are now your home. Good luck on life's journey.

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