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    hi john sabourn #10
    once again good morning, as for the wifes arrival i came through the inspection with flying colours, at least cleaning up with the rest of the turps made all the difference,
    as i wrote the scale is magnified hundreds of times in your anchors, but the only problem i have ever had with the bruce is stowage on the bow roller as it has to be tied down when underway.
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    They are usually stowed on bigger ships on what are known as cow catchers the same as oil rigs.think on my page on site they can be seen on the picture of the Seaforth Clansman. Cheers JS
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    hi john sabourn#12
    yes i know about the cow catches, but i dont think i could fit a full one on my boat, maybe a calf.
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    Pity you couldn’t get a full one , as would have fresh milk every day day with your wheeties . JS
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    hi john sabourn #14
    see you always come up with the goods, fresh milk and a pet to keep me company, i suppose it has be better than tethering a donkey on the deck.
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    Think Cappy had been on the jungle juice the night before he bought it , thought it was a sheep , and his carnal desires got the better of him. Story is when he’s In The blues goes around talking to himself saying ,Mary had a little lamb , she also had a bear , Ive often seen her little lamb, but I’ve never seen her bare . JS
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    hi john sabourn #16
    just like that other famous rhyme , mary had a little lamb its fleece was white as snow, and everytime cappy got hold of it you wondered how far he would go, i cannot print the second verse, as for the liable laws of this country but i maintain that the photos i have of cappy are true, cappy can say all he wants about he was only trying to shear it but thats his story.
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    Cappys racking his brains now working out how to get on your boat unseen and pull the plug out , he knows you have 2 plugs as well so may pull both of them . JS
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    hi john sabourn #18
    cappy is a canny lad, and he knows i wouldnt keep something as obscene as photographic evidence, aboard just in case i was boarded by the customs and excise or border patrol, as i would most likely get six months for carrying depraved and bestiality pornographic material, but as cappy always says, ( better to go down for a sheep as a lamb ) i dont know what he means by that, but i know it sounds like heavy duty trouble. he said he only got off last time by the skin of his nose, as they found a load of wool sticking to it when they done a swab test,
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    Australian Naval Anniversaries 2021

    https://www.navy.gov.au/media-room/p...versaries-2021
    "Our veterans did not forget about us .... Let's not forget about them." From Michael Levesque

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