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I'm not an admin, just a lowly moderator, but I am impressed that this thread has lived this long and do think that alone should hold some weight with WHOEVER is pulling the strings these days...

Thanks, one would hope with over 14K impressions that we'd stand a chance of getting one. What impresses me is this thread HAS lived this long without being hijacked and spun into a political hate fest.



EM, glad it worked, was a pleasure meeting you, shame it was so cold and windy, would have liked to had time to chat more.



Raymo, yep, they are certainly unusual wooden rowboats for unusual people in a peculiar world as Brad Dimock says..

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