"Time for a cool change..."
-Little River Band
It's kinda embarrassing to look back and see that I didn't post one post to the D6C, not one, during the month of May.
I've got a really good excuse, though.
There is a new old boat occupying our slip.
More details to come shortly.
No, really, I mean it.
In the meantime, Whiskeyjack, our doughty Georgian 23 pocket cruiser/summer home is for sale.
That's right, Whiskeyjack is for sale. She has always brought us home, and now we'd like her to find a good home. Try your offer- you might be surprised.
"Talk the Dock."
I really like those port windows along the hull. My 8.0c doesn't have those.ReplyDelete
With apologies...as a newcomer to blog postings, I can't seem to find how to post a question about your Rubber Duck dinghy, reviewed under the Gear and Tool Reviews. I was wondering when you bought the dinghy and if the retailer on Van. Is. was S&G Power in Vic?ReplyDelete
Do you still have it, or will it go with the lovely Whiskeyjack?
Thanks. Susan, S/V Planet
With apologies, as a newcomer to blog posts, I didn't see where I might post a question on one of your Gear and Tool Reviews, about the Rubber Duck dinghy. Did you purchase it from S G Power in Victoria? Was the five year warranty a manufacturer's one?ReplyDelete
Are you continuing to enjoy the dingy, or does it go with the lovely Whiskeyjack?
With thanks, Susan, S/V/Planet
It's a change. You've gone over to the light side, but you've got darkness on your sails. Looking forward to taking a tourReplyDelete