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Date Posted: - Wednesday - 10/31/07 - 6:32pm
Author: Randall, M31, Murre
Subject: Welcome...
In reply to: Brett 's message, "Hello From a NEW MARINER OWNER!!!" on - Wednesday - 10/31/07 - 2:25pm

Congrats Brett, Harmonly looks like a well-kept boat.

I'll send you the info for the fabricator I used via email, but he's in Eureka CA (way north of me in SF), and if you're in SD, probably best to look there or LA, no?

Again, congrats.


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[> [> Happy Days -- Lawrence Killingsworth - M40 Ta' Ata Ori, - Thursday - 11/ 1/07 - 12:49pm

Well, Brett, they say the two happiest days with a boat are the day you buy her and the day you sell her.

So, congrats on the purchase and best wishes for many happy days ahead.

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