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For now, this will be the official nomination thread for a 2004 Commodore for the LSCN fun Run committee.

I will act as the LSCN Fun Run Moderator.

I will run this by the Captain's for a legitimate forum, but let's do this for the time being.

I think AggressorTom did a pretty good job last year organizing and setting everything up, so my vote is for him.

Let me remind everbody. This is all in Fun, and the Commodore will actually have no obligation in any way. But, just to make this like a little Fun Run Club. Let's have some fun with it.
 
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If we're looking for a Commodore, and at the risk of having his name and picture photoshopped on the side of my boat, I nominate Lionel Ritchie...
 

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QUOTE(Convincor @ Mar 25 2004, 06:37 PM)OH Tom.........where u at dude?

Did anyone PM or EMAIL him?

Since I have a working OFFSHORE this year . . . I'll be happy to help organize some events!
 
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Very much looking forward to seeing the Sonic out there for the fun runs. I have never been on a Sonic. Looking forward to stepping aboard!
 

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QUOTE(BoatChic @ Mar 29 2004, 09:55 AM)I'll volunteer myself as passenger for one of the fun runs!


The Sea Ray won't keep up

Stacy the fun runs aren't all about the speed but it sure does help...
 

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and I thought the fun runs are all about testosterone and speed junkies, at least that's what we were accused of. Actually I think one of the fun runs should include passengers from the LSCN cruiser and sailboat sides to show 'em what its like in our world. and hell yeah I would like to try out sailing some time, only been once and it was the deadest, calmest day of the year on Lake Huron. I think the waves were measured in inches rather than feet.
 

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QUOTE(Aggressortom @ Mar 29 2004, 05:13 PM)and I thought the fun runs are all about testosterone and speed junkies, at least that's what we were accused of. Actually I think one of the fun runs should include passengers from the LSCN cruiser and sailboat sides to show 'em what its like in our world. and hell yeah I would like to try out sailing some time, only been once and it was the deadest, calmest day of the year on Lake Huron. I think the waves were measured in inches rather than feet.
For what its worth:

I think most of the guys and gals who love thier offshores would get a thrill on a sailboat on a nice windy day if the captain was willing to heel the boat a lot.

A friend of mine started taking lessons and once certified, I went out with him and got him to heel the boat pretty far.

It was very exciting and a completely different experience.

With that said, if I can only afford one boat it will always be a power boat.

Dave
 

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The one and only sailing experience I had was on a beautiful racing sailboat, but there was NO WIND all day. The people had a fly swatter sitting out at the ready.

Last year we went into lake Huron and anchored to watch the PH to Mackinaw racers. That looked pretty cool, but I don't have the patience at this point in my life to take 12-15 hours getting to Put-in-Bay.

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"but I don't have the patience at this point in my life to take 12-15 hours getting to Put-in-Bay"

Amen, sistah!

Hence the twin blown big blocks!
 
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