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Old 06-17-2013, 06:43 PM   #11
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[QUOTE=norty1;It was just a hole in the water in which I threw money![/QUOTE]

Thats exactly what an old friend of mine said. However he owned a boat built in 1934, and when he retired actually took it from the finger lakes (seneca lake) to south africa.

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Old 06-17-2013, 11:23 PM   #12
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Have to wish everyone Adios

One less 32TSBH owner here Sorry to see you and/or it go! I've never owned a boat, thought about it... but it's interesting to listen to you guys talk

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Old 06-24-2013, 08:13 AM   #13
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No need to dump the TT just to add a boat other than maybe $$'s. The TT comes in pretty handy at the lake for the overnight or long weekends. Many find a cheap place to rent a pad for the season and just leave the TT sitting there for your occasional visit with the boat.

We just got home Sat after spending 12 days out on our houseboat. Use the Jayco when we travel to camp with the grands. Had 3 of them out with us on the boat last week. But I may have failed to mention that we are retired and all we have to do is decide when and where we were going to relax [the farm, the hboat, or the TT]. Retired now for 8 years and loving every minute of it.

Enjoy the new boat but don't sell the hitch and controller. You might just find a TT behind you again.

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