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Topic Review (Newest First)
06-20-2007 09:02 PM
jbrowning
Re: I need to learn how to take care of a boat.

Any weekend morning would be fine by me.

Jim
06-20-2007 08:59 PM
Uncle Fester
Re: I need to learn how to take care of a boat.

When you looking at doing this?
06-20-2007 08:54 PM
jbrowning
I need to learn how to take care of a boat.

Ok so here is the story. I am looking at getting a boat. Now a few years ago I had a little 14' flat bottom boat that I was able to handle without any problems. Now the kids and I are looking at getting a bigger boat. One that is big enough for us 3. We are all over 6' tall with the tallest at 6'4". So what I'm wanting to do is to go out on a larger boat and get a feel for it before I invest in one then find out that I am too much of a wimp for it. So what I am looking for is if there is someone out there in Colorado Springs or Pueblo that wouldn't mind me tagging along to either Pueblo or Brush Hollow so I can learn about bigger boats. I would even buy the gas and food and drinks.

Thanks
jim

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