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Thank you Jim, I think....
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posted 06-23-2002 02:14 AM ET (US)
Thank you for your wonderful site.
I am on vacation and have to check up on "our club"
I feel I have a responsibility to my fellow whaler-buds, to offer what I have learned, to share my experiences and knowledge to help others and learn great whaler ethics.
Again, proud to be a whaler owner, the best family and purchase ever....
Thanks again for your wonderful site!!
posted 06-23-2002 08:58 AM ET (US)
Thank you, too.
Thanks for visiting the website. Your visits show up as little clicks on some of the counters. This let's me know people are visiting and reading.
Thanks for posting. Each post is a contribution to the collective information being gathered here.
Thanks for the kind words about the website. Reading nice things about one's work is always a pleasure. The Boston Whaler is a great boat, built by great people, and owned by a great bunch of boaters.
I try to keep the website in same tradition as the boats: well designed, very functional, no needless glitz and glitter, and reliable (both in delivery and content!).
posted 06-24-2002 02:37 PM ET (US)
And this site is unsinkable, also!
posted 06-25-2002 02:11 PM ET (US)
Just glad it is not run with an "direct injected outboard"....no brand specific of course:)
posted 06-25-2002 07:36 PM ET (US)
This site simply just rocks.
posted 06-25-2002 07:39 PM ET (US)
But Nick, if it was run by a 4-stroke, it would have no zip or power. Couldn't be run with a carb, since it doesn't stall out or sputter. Guess it's run by an EFI.
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