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Old 04-18-2020, 04:04 PM   #21
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Thanks Mike... How about May 7th...............Glad to hear some good news about our members!

I feel so sorry about the people that have lost their jobs. Retirement has its benefits. Hopefully one of these days soon we will be sitting around a bar or down at the marina or someplace telling all these stories of what happen to you during the 2020 lockdown with a smile on our faces..

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Old 04-18-2020, 05:13 PM   #22
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Roger I look forward to those days.
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Thanks Mike... How about May 7th...............Glad to hear some good news about our members!

I feel so sorry about the people that have lost their jobs. Retirement has its benefits. Hopefully one of these days soon we will be sitting around a bar or down at the marina or someplace telling all these stories of what happen to you during the 2020 lockdown with a smile on our faces..

Roger
I too look forward to those days.
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Old 04-23-2020, 06:42 PM   #24
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We are in Puget Sound, trying to buy a 2400 SCR but covid has made that a little more difficult. Both of our jobs are still pretty much business as usual except my fiance is in property management / housing so she's pulling her hair out right now with the stress of mass renters calling in on rent strikes etc due to the losses of jobs and eviction moratoriums in our state.

from a boating standpoint pleasure boating seems to be allowed without issue as long as you don't use certain closed park owned launches, (our local launch was a zoo last week) but fishing for some reason is closed......??

so locals are staging a protest by trolling around with their rods out but no hooks.
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