Muira 30 and lello 34

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  1. Darryl Faught
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    Guys any info on the two types of boats? I'm looking at purchasing either or. And needs some info and views.
     
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    Welcome to the forum, Darryl.

    Anyone know about the above mentioned boats?
     
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    two like minds pal
     
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    Scary!
     
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    crackers flock together
     
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    By the way, in case you didn't know. Florida "crackers" were Florida cowboys. Bull whip toting rather than pistol packin.
     
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    Saltine!
     
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    Drivers of oxcarts headed south could be heard across the plains when they cracked their whips. They weren't necessarily cowboys but settlers arriving with all they owned.
     
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    Yeah, it kinda morphed into cowboy term but I prefer the older meaning. I qualify under all the earlier meanings but not the latter. I relate to the "superfluous breath" line from Shakespeare.

    As to the plate, I'm too poor too, and why give the snowbirds a target? Better they think I'm one of them (at least until I open my mouth). :D
     
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    Ah! camoflage. Me too. I don't wear jungle or desert military fatigues or own any. I blend in by appearing "Normal". LOL :D
     
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    I blend in by dressing like a tourist; palms or bamboo on the shirt with shorts and black socks. :)
     

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    I like my Florida shirts! Worn all my life for formal occasions. Tee shirt informal occasions. Black socks more appropriate with sandalls than wingtips. i wear cowboy boots with shorts, so nobody sees my socks, which sometimes are mismatched. :D
     
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