Seasons Greetings

Discussion in 'All Things Boats & Boating' started by Dave Fleming, Dec 15, 2003.

  1. Dave Fleming
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    Dave Fleming Old Geezer

    To All Here


    The Very Best Of The Season


    AND

    A Happy Prosperous New Year


    PAX

    dave
     
  2. SailDesign
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    SailDesign Old Phart! Stay upwind..

    Oh, CR*P!!
    Is it that time of year already? ;-))
    Better start shopping.

    Hope everyone here stays healthy, wealthy (as much as the business allows) and wiser.

    Happy Christmas or whatever your favoured holiday is.
    Steve
     
  3. gonzo
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    gonzo Senior Member

    Oh, well. Lack of wealth often makes you wiser.
    Enjoy the hollidays.
     
  4. ErikG
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    ErikG Senior Member

    So if lack of wealth makes you wise...

    I gotta be smart as hell... and then as I'll start studying again at my old age, I'll soon be a GENIUS! :D :D :D :D
     
  5. duluthboats
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    duluthboats Senior Dreamer

    Happy holidays to all. I’ll be back on Friday.

    Gary :D
     
  6. Oyster

    Oyster Guest

    Hopes and prays for a peacefull year next year for the world. Thanks Dave and the others for a nice place here to visit. It is Christmas to me everyday when I open up this site. You never know what you may find here, under the threads. ;<}
     
  7. mmd
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    mmd Senior Member

    Well, it's two days to Christmas and I have:

    - put the lights up outside
    - put the tree in the living room and trimmed it
    - completed all my shopping except for the roast, which I shall acquire in about an hour
    - wrapped all the gifts
    - received confirmation of a commission for a new motor-sailor design to begin right after the holidays :cool:

    Merry Christmas, indeed!!:D

    I hope all of my fellow boat-nuts are happy & warm this holiday season. Best to all...

    Michael
     
  8. trouty

    trouty Guest

    Yup

    Ditto all the above from me too!
     

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  9. henrikb
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    henrikb Senior Member

    Guys, I really wish you all a merry christmas and a happy new year!
    This forum has really given me alot of input and knowledege this year, and it is thanks to all of you kind people who are willing to share your knowledge with the rest of us! Looking forward to more of new and interesting discussions next year!

    Will be doing some more 3D modelling on my unbalanced, light displ, IOR-look alike, narrow beam, 36-footer during the hollidays, will post later to recieve your critisism ;)

    Best regards and happy hollidays!

    /Henrik Borg
     
  10. 8knots
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    8knots A little on the slow side

    Thanks to all who participate and share the same disease as I. I have allways enjoyed my time here! I wish you all the very best in the new year and hope you have time to enjoy family and friends.
    Thanks to Jeff for putting up with us and keeping our boards clean and free of riff raff.
    Be safe friends! 8
     
  11. Willallison
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    Willallison Senior Member

    'Tis the night before Xmas here in Oz, so I'll bid you all a good night - hope your stockings are filled with wood / carbon fibre / FRP / Steel / Aluminium (delete where not applicable), and the the new year brings bigger and better boats to you all!!:D

    As others have said - my thanks to you all for your help / understanding / patience (nothing to delete!:p ) and especially to Jeff for laying it all on for us!!
     
  12. htom
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    htom Junior Member

    Noel, noel, come this night ...

    Merry Christmas!
     
  13. Jeff
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    Jeff Moderator

    Merry Christmas everyone!
     
  14. SailDesign
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    SailDesign Old Phart! Stay upwind..

    CAUTION: The following is in bad taste, but I just can't help myself. Ignore if easily upset by risque jokes:

    Htom says: "Noel, noel, come this night ..."

    Your SigOther is called Noel?

    Steve <slinks away back to his gutter.....>
     

  15. Corpus Skipper
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    Corpus Skipper Hopeless Boataholic

    Ho Ho Ho from the power plant. (somebody's gotta keep the lights on) Merry Christmas to everyone, and here's to a new year full of sawdust, shavings, dripping resin, welding rods, or whatever else blows your skirt up! I really enjoy this site and everyone here. Thanks Jeff, and everyone on the forums. Now if only the weather would cooperate.............:D
     
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