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  1. Try Fishermans Friend, (I think thats what they are called) they are about 15$ - 25$ you have to be nice to them because the cheap-ness is the result of the polerizing stuff being a layer on the outside of the lens. Some of them even look ok (the wire frames), I like the wrap arounds even though they look stupid, they are great on the eyes. Cheers! Neil
  2. What is shown as the cut out area IS the compression (heavy JPEG), it could still be PhotoShoped but I dont think so: the perspective seems correct so far and the color and contrast balence between the tug, the barge and the house are identical... that is VERY hard to duplicate. If it is an edited photo I would love to meet the person who did it, they are among the best in the world. Cheers
  3. I bet he is a wee bit anoyed.
  4. http://www.dockwalk.com/videos/letgo/letgofwd.mpeg
  5. By the way, a bunch of the pictures on your website are missing...dont know if you know that or not but I figured it would be the thing to do to mention it... That and I want to see them! Cheers!
  6. Michigan.... I still like the answer: the Sun! GRIN!!!!!!!!!!
  7. WOW! I never thouht of building a boat just for hitting things! Monster trucks have huge tires...... heh.....
  8. I would love one! My friend James sent me one while I was out of town and it expired before I got home! If you still have one I would be delighted! Cheers. Neil
  9. With 70,000 of those suckers you could armorplate the bottom of your boat.
  10. oops... that thread was from 2002! Sorry!
  11. looks like he still does: http://pragdata.com/philboat/mainpage.html Cheers!
  12. Sorry about that, it was truly hidious... The things I find funny while drinking never cease to astound me in the morning. Hope this is better... Anyhow, here are two companys that make readers for the NOAA enc files, they are somewhat diferent, Fugawi if faster, and SeeMyDEnc seems more complete (I downloaded these a few years ago, so dont quote me on that). http://www.fugawi.com/ http://www.sevencs.com/products/seemydenc.htm I am not sure about this but if I remember correctly one or both of these can feed info right into your GPS. Cheers!
  13. Be carefull with these, they have various editions... some are usefull for navigation and others are not, if I remember correctly the ones labled "2" and above are good for navigation. Cheers! (no I dident spell check this, and I have the hicups. Like my nifty new avatar thingy?)