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January 29, 2009


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Would you believe it - I was thinking about this lady this morning (can't remember why she came into my mind). Then this evening I come onto your blog and ''lo and behold'' she's there waving at me!!

How wild, I was thinking about Eva this morning also. I need to learn how to do epoxy correctly so I can start working on my Winter project.

That's cos great minds think alike!!

Job 5822 was the repair to my Woody Board! That's pretty cool eh. Nice to read your site. I've gotta get on an update for mine someday.


Woody - CAN757

im opening a ding repair shop in maui and my experience with epoxy and softtops is limited, coming to maui by any chance?

Does anyone have the phone number of the guy in LA who Eva trained to do repairs? Thanks, Ken

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    "It's good to have a shredmobile" my friend Caldwell said, so I made one. It's a Ford E150 cargo van done up with lumber and k-mart plastic boxes.