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About Hike, Bitches!

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  • Birthday 07/07/1971

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    Solomons, MD
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    I cruise my 4KSB & race on OPBs

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  1. welcome back hobot...these yahoos were trying to take over your thread.
  2. So, that is what my buddy is doing when I see him flailing around in his living room with that thing on his head!
  3. To use a quote from Snaggs, "wowe, I licke thatte onne!"
  4. It is an NBC network show, but you are probably streaming This Is Us on Peacock these days. We have enjoyed that one too, Mandy Moore is cute as a button. It is one of the few where Mrs. HB and I have a "TV night", as we've kept up with the weekly series on NBC, which (the show) is coming to a close this spring I believe. If you want another flashback/multiverse show to confuse you, try "Ordinary Joe", also on Peacock.
  5. Mrs. HB took my extra brownie pan I had stored as an eventual replacement panel frame, and (gasp!) used it to make brownies! The nerve of that bitch! SSI is right around the corner from me. I suspect 99.9% of their business is shipped out, but they do have a small retail counter in the shop. The guy that was managing the place was my first boss at a powerboat store in the 80's..not sure if he is still there.
  6. Not my boat...But they do have a baby solar panel, which was recently replaced. It is one of those semi-rigid things, maybe 2 watts. I have a 30w on my 4KSB and it keeps my 230aH house bank up no problem. So maybe what will be enough. thanks for the hijack, Ajax..carry on.
  7. I will take the blonde then, Snaggs! That way we won't fight over the same girl
  8. Is the Vulcan a B&G product? We are chasing a similar issue on the M-32. The voltage reading on the mast display (not a Vulcan, I think it is a B&G 5000 system) is not the same as the voltage at the battery. What we are really trying to make sure of is that the tiny alternator on the 9.9 OB is charging the tiny AGM battery that we ask to run electronics all day long, and start the OB at the end of the day. Sometimes it is dead.
  9. They don't build 'em like that anymore.
  10. I am still not done with my cushions...at least the ones we never use.
  11. I had not thought about that until you mentioned it. Kinda the same way you roll up a Harken carbo headfoil or similar for storage. For the Farr 30, we rolled the backup and stored it with the spare trailer tire.
  12. Must have been some awesome autocorrect, or maybe whiskey going on here, but I think I translated correctly. Here are my windows re-done with smoke acrylic in the original frames that were powdercoated. Grrrr, below, is the only picture with windows of your boat I found in my thread. I agree. I am personally not a fan of the oversized 'frameless look' on our older boats. Did you save the frames? You can cut the acrylic to fit in the frames.
  13. I checked Bacon's the last time I was in Naptown. I didn't talk to anyone, just casually looked around in the back. I am thinking a couple retired roached main batten off a big multihull would be about right...but the longest round batten I found there was not even 12 feet long...I need about 12-13 for my stack pack. Can you still buy schedule 80 PVC pipe? That might be stiff enough.
  14. It is splendid, isn't it? I like the pictures of her better with her hair down.
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