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    Default First snow and now floods???

    Good grief, this is regoddamndiculas. Hey winter, enough already.....

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    Um. I'm not a professional, but doesn't it rain nine months out of the year in WA?
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    It "showers" a lot, this is RAIN!!!

    Not to mention the mountains are in the 40s after record snowfall last month!
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    no it's more like 11 1/2 Oregon and Wash. at least that's the feeling you get when you live here.

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    Yup, Malcolms right. We typically dont get rain like this and expecially after record snows. The stuff they're showing on the news is incredible and the worst isnt here yet.

    Hope the folks over on the other side of the mountains got all of that snow off their roofs. That's gonna be a mess.

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    Well, ship some of that water our way. We can use any you have to spare.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jrork View Post
    Yup, Malcolms right. We typically dont get rain like this and expecially after record snows. The stuff they're showing on the news is incredible and the worst isnt here yet.

    Hope the folks over on the other side of the mountains got all of that snow off their roofs. That's gonna be a mess.
    Did my house and my shop twice!! Got home from work today and the roof is dry! Couldnt sleep at night thinking my daytona could get smashed by my roof.....

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    Yeah, it is pretty ridiculous around here. I'm up in Bellingham where we had some pretty serious flooding just north of us. Sucks for all the folks who got flooded out.

    But then again, I own a mold remediation and structural drying company so it will be a busy spring where I can make lots of money to spend on a stoopidly fast boat...

    Oooh...the moral dilemma...my head hurts

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    Quote Originally Posted by MoldBuster View Post
    But then again, I own a mold remediation and structural drying company so it will be a busy spring where I can make lots of money to spend on a stoopidly fast boat...

    Oooh...the moral dilemma...my head hurts
    No worries Busta, we all have to make it where and when we can. What kinda boat are you gonna be looking for?? Lots of peeps here have some for sale from nice and clean to "stoopidly fast".

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    hey moldbuster there is a really nice circle sanger over here just north of spokane for sale. it has a BBC the jerk has the info to get ahold of the guy. the boat use to belong to the jerk

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    Quote Originally Posted by SANGER SS396 View Post
    hey moldbuster there is a really nice circle sanger over here just north of spokane for sale. it has a BBC the jerk has the info to get ahold of the guy. the boat use to belong to the jerk
    Thanks. I did end up finding a 1967 Wreidt with a recently fully built 427 down in Oregon. Gave the guy a deposit and going to pick it up next week. Thing is squeaky clean, show winner and very well priced.

    Anybody else around here from Bellingham? I rarely ever hear anything big running on Lake Whatcom and I live above it. About time that changed!

    Here are some pics...won't be hard to miss this one!
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    I'm up there occasionally...my bro lives just off the lake. seems they dont like OTs there anymore as the PD chased me off the lake last time i was there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MoldBuster View Post
    Thanks. I did end up finding a 1967 Wreidt with a recently fully built 427 down in Oregon. Gave the guy a deposit and going to pick it up next week. Thing is squeaky clean, show winner and very well priced.

    Anybody else around here from Bellingham? I rarely ever hear anything big running on Lake Whatcom and I live above it. About time that changed!

    Here are some pics...won't be hard to miss this one!
    That has been for sale for a while now, we almost grabed that thing when it was first for sale! Glad to see someone got it! Come over to www.skagenboats.com all local guys to you with wicked fast lake hot rods!! I post as BOOGEYMAN over there, hope to see ya!

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    This snow is rediculous. We didn't send any crew out this morning because we had an 1" sticking to the roads. The forcast wasn't suppose to get nicer until this afternoon. What a waste of production because it raining now.

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