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Old 08-25-2010, 03:10 AM   #11
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I'll have to check out the work calendar for sure, but I'm pretty sure we're in.

Rich and Darby? Are ya'll out there?
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Old 08-25-2010, 04:26 AM   #12
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We may be in!
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Old 08-25-2010, 04:27 AM   #13
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That would be swell!


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Old 08-25-2010, 05:00 AM   #14
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We are heading to Gorge for our annual Dave Mathews concert outing not this, but next weekend. After that (as far as I know, I have to double check with the admiral) I would be up for an outing. Jim, you are spot on with the hose! I am still thinking of installing a permanent outlet by the helm, but cold weather never kept me from going to sea. 16 years of fishing in Alaska sort of cured me :-) (The admiral may not agree on that matter though)

Jim, where do you call home port? We are in the water in Edmonds.

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Old 08-25-2010, 01:19 PM   #15
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Nils- we keep our boat at Dagmars in Everett on the hard during the summer. This is our first year there and for the most part really like it.

I'm interested in your plans with the permanent helm heater outlet. There's one down in our mid-berth that we don't use and it wouldn't hurt my feelings to re-route it. A little heat and some windshield fans might take the bite off those 38 degree rainy fall mornings.

Looking forward to some Alaska fishing stories.
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Old 08-25-2010, 02:55 PM   #16
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Jim..I can help you with that effort...I installed an H2 heater craft into my 2455 when we had it...worked out great..!!

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so...what say ya'll about Kingston Marina on the weekend of Sept. 25th..?????

it's an easy cruise and those south sounders might even coff up some gas to meet us all there.....


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Sounds great on both counts Steve.

Sept 25th in Kingston looks to work well. Maybe this time we can get some on-the-water shots of all the boats.

Checking out the Port of Kingston website, we might want to make sure we have a place to land that weekend. The guest dock looked brand new when we were there a month or so back, so maybe it's just the permanent moorage being rebuilt.

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Project Update The Port is currently in the process of updating the marina by replacing the wood walers on the dock, water lines, ramps, electrical system, and electrical pedestals. We apologize for any incoveniencances this may cause for our tenants. The end result will be an updated marina for you to enjoy. Northern Con-Agg is the contractor that installed the new ramps and is currently working on the wood replacement. They are expected to be completed with A dock by the end of week August 20th and will move on to B-dock. Bird Electric has successfully restored temporary power to dock C, D, and E and is working on the new electrical system to docks A & B. If you have any concerns please contact the Office. Thank you for your patience during construction.
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slight change of plans....Oct. 1 weekend.....found out I have things going on the pryor week....

so .???..any takers???

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I'll check with the Admiral and crew.

Now let's talk heaters. Why is there a switch on my main panel labeled "Air/Heat"??? At the helm, there is an "off, med, high" switch that I use to operate the heater while the engine is running. I am of the understanding that the only way I have heat (bar shore power and a space heater) is to have the engine running. So why this switch?????
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