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Old 09-28-2020, 02:52 PM   #72857
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So if the TV goes out, how much is it worth then?
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Talking about TVs, we had a very amusing story this week...

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Old 09-28-2020, 02:55 PM   #72858
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First off, there are meds for that.

Second off, I suggest you take a weekend for your drives. Sleep in on Saturday, get up, take a Prozac, drive to the Hill Country, drive around a bit, get a motel room, take a nap, eat supper, take an evening drive.

Sunday morning, get up, drive around the Hill Country, have lunch, head back to Austin.

There ya go, having fun and relaxing -
Thats the thing. It was a Sunday evening. It shouldn't have been so busy
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Old 09-28-2020, 03:31 PM   #72859
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Thats the thing. It was a Sunday evening. It shouldn't have been so busy
OK, plan B - move to Arkansas -
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Can you drive after taking Prozac?
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Ermmm... I think there are some side effects, reversing becomes a small problem.. it's in the small print.
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Old 09-28-2020, 04:05 PM   #72862
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Is retractable! I bring it up for trailering and beaching but it's a 3ft keel when it's down. This boat is nearly impossible to flip when it's down.

It's an 8" draft retracted and 3ft extended


That makes sense now. I thought only really tiny boats had that but it's apparently more common than I thought.

Also, challenge accepted.
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Old 09-28-2020, 04:13 PM   #72863
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That makes sense now. I thought only really tiny boats had that but it's apparently more common than I thought.



Also, challenge accepted.
Well it's only a 15ft boat so it is pretty small.. it does have a little cabin though (you can only sit not stand though inside). I've been as far as 35 degrees over, which is nothing really. Megan starts to freak out 20 degrees which is optimal really though for speed. I even get a little nervous after 30 though. At that point it's probably over powered anyway though. My inclinometer goes up to 50 degrees and I suppose* it's relatively safe up to almost 90 degrees as long as you don't fall into the water, haha. Which is most what scares Megan. She does better when she is sitting on the high side of the boat. Most wind I've really been out in is about 15kts though..

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Ermmm... I think there are some side effects, reversing becomes a small problem.. it's in the small print.
hmmmm......I never read the small print on medications - it's too scary -
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The best part is the replacement core doesn't come with the proper outlet tubes, they are only available from Nissan as far as I can tell. Guess which part of it is leaking ? I will be keeping a piece of 3/4 tube and a couple hose clamps in it just incase
That dreaded statement from the parts guy, "No longer available."
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Well it's only a 15ft boat so it is pretty small.. it does have a little cabin though (you can only sit not stand though inside). I've been as far as 35 degrees over, which is nothing really. Megan starts to freak out 20 degrees which is optimal really though for speed. I even get a little nervous after 30 though. At that point it's probably over powered anyway though. My inclinometer goes up to 50 degrees and I suppose* it's relatively safe up to almost 90 degrees as long as you don't fall into the water, haha. Which is most what scares Megan. She does better when she is sitting on the high side of the boat. Most wind I've really been out in is about 15kts though..

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Talking about TVs, we had a very amusing story this week...

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Is this the first time you are mentioning it? I swear I read or heard something about this at some point last week.
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That makes sense now. I thought only really tiny boats had that but it's apparently more common than I thought.

Also, challenge accepted.
Many schooners up to 150 feet had them. Some went down 30 feet. Used them in the ocean but could then come right into shore and up rivers.
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That dreaded statement from the parts guy, "No longer available."
Something that the dude asking if he should buy an RX-8 would hear. ALOT!
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