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Posted on Mon, Jul 25, 2005 15:18

Any Toronto area ladies who might like to go out for a nice dinner out there?



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Posted on Sat, Feb 11, 2006 10:42

hey bob I need you're snowcat,my big truck sank lol



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Posted on Thu, Feb 09, 2006 15:42

Got about 3 feet of snow here I'd say. Anyway, I don't see the point of having a boat in Toronto. Half the time the water is too rough to go out. All the place you go by boat you can go by car so what's the point - concrete jungle to concrete jungle.



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Posted on Thu, Feb 09, 2006 15:27

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there are lots of boats like that in Toronto Harbour, but there is no where to go there. Kind of like the California coast. Up here, we have 100,000 islands and caribean like sandy coves of fresh water that gets up to 85 degrees. We have tons of huge shipwrecks for diving. And the scariest thing in the water is always me. But right now the lake is frozen, my snowmobile is parked in the driveway and it's time to sled to work.


Hi Bob,

I disagree that there's nothing to do in Toronto Harbour as far as boating goes. I boated 14 yrs. (sail & power) on Lake Ontario & was just beginning to get a bit bored. We often docked at Toronto Island on the wall, it was like being at the cottage, picnic table pulled up, your friends docked along as well, bike rides, beach, etc. You could also take the ferry to the city & had a huge selection of places to shop, eat, entertainment, etc. There were also 3 yacht clubs on the island too that you could visit & the pig roasts & parties were great.

When the Benson & Hedges Fireworks were on, it was the most fantastic way to experience them. Hundreds of boats anchored out off Ontario Place & enjoyed the display & when the performance was finished, all the boats would sound their horns & it was really quite a spectacular moment.

Niagra-on-the-Lake was about 2 hrs. away by power boat & was one of my favourite places to visit. We'd anchor further up the river & dinghy into town for the day. Tons of regattas could be attended around the lake both the U.S. and Canadian locales.

A longer trip was down to the 1,000 Islands which is pretty incredible too. Kingston is a great port too with a lot to offer from a boating perspective.

I realize your area is beautiful too, and the water does warm up quickly compared to Lake Ontario & definitely has cleaner water conditions. Probably a more relaxed way to boat.

It's too bad our boating season isn't longer, but it gives you a chance to visit with land friends over the winter.



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Posted on Thu, Feb 09, 2006 09:57

hey bob how much snow do you have up there? when I left the house friday night I had about four and a half feet,now there is about two feet



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Posted on Thu, Feb 09, 2006 06:51

there are lots of boats like that in Toronto Harbour, but there is no where to go there. Kind of like the California coast. Up here, we have 100,000 islands and caribean like sandy coves of fresh water that gets up to 85 degrees. We have tons of huge shipwrecks for diving. And the scariest thing in the water is always me. But right now the lake is frozen, my snowmobile is parked in the driveway and it's time to sled to work.



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Posted on Thu, Feb 09, 2006 03:21

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I would LOVE to visit a boat like that ... if it were in the Toronto harbour.


One with a wee bedroom and a sock?



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Posted on Thu, Feb 09, 2006 00:16

I would LOVE to visit a boat like that ... if it were in the Toronto harbour.



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Posted on Mon, Feb 06, 2006 19:17

bobsthename write:
Rob, you would be more than welcome. You can have your own wee bedroom, just bring a sock and keep the yelping down.


See Bob, that is what has always confused me about your running sock joke (pardon the pun)...

Down here in the South, the sock is how we keep the yelping down! ROFLMAO, just kidding...

  


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Posted on Mon, Feb 06, 2006 16:54

Rob, you would be more than welcome. You can have your own wee bedroom, just bring a sock and keep the yelping down.



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Posted on Mon, Feb 06, 2006 15:18

bobsthename write:
I love my boat. It has two bathrooms, two bedrooms. The bathroom is nicer than the one in my house. It has a kitchen with a 4 cook top range, freezer, fridge, microwave, 4 TV's including an expensive home theater and 2 airconditioner/heat pumps. It has a wet bar and ice maker. And I live on it and party on it all summer. And because I don't have a mate, I either go out by myself it is hilarious to see people freak out when I go to a dock after a long trip and the dock attendants see one guy get off the boat. I also have wireless internet and a built in BBQ. I live on it from May to September. Here's a picture on the back of the boat with a couple of ladies. We raft the "boats" together and party all weekend.



Hey Bob, if you need any help with the babes, I mean boat. I can crew, and I travel light too! ROFLMAO...

We have an office in Mississauga, but unfortunately, there aren't many trips up there. I was there about 5 years ago, with snow in the parking lots still piled higher than a 1 story house in April. I will "virtually" be up there tonight, as I have to remote in to patch one of the servers.



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Posted on Mon, Feb 06, 2006 14:54

I love my boat. It has two bathrooms, two bedrooms. The bathroom is nicer than the one in my house. It has a kitchen with a 4 cook top range, freezer, fridge, microwave, 4 TV's including an expensive home theater and 2 airconditioner/heat pumps. It has a wet bar and ice maker. And I live on it and party on it all summer. And because I don't have a mate, I either go out by myself it is hilarious to see people freak out when I go to a dock after a long trip and the dock attendants see one guy get off the boat. I also have wireless internet and a built in BBQ. I live on it from May to September. Here's a picture on the back of the boat with a couple of ladies. We raft the "boats" together and party all weekend.

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Posted on Mon, Feb 06, 2006 14:43

My boat class is called a SportYacht. That's for us poor beggars who can't afford a real yacht. 36 feet to 48 feet are called sportyachts. Above 48 feet is a real yacht. That's according to the marketing literature at SeaRay. For my activities, I can't get much bigger than what I have because of the draft of the boat and the shallow waters I run in. A bigger boat will fall down and go boom. When I get older, I'll get a great big boat...unless I marry someone who takes control of me and says we should be investing in diamonds.



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Posted on Mon, Feb 06, 2006 10:24

I was wondering what constitutes a yacht? I lived onboard a 52 ft boat/yacht? when I was a kid.
My parents sold our home and we traveled from NY to Florida via inland water ways and in the Atlantic...an experience of a lifetime!! But no matter the size....sure is fun!!



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Posted on Mon, Feb 06, 2006 09:17

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bobsthename write:
me and a babe in my boat. I love boats. I mean babes. I mean boats and babes.

That's not a boat! A fishing trawler is a boat! That's a yacht!!!

Trust me Katie, that's no yacht. I've been on lots of gorgeous yachts from 40' to 105' in length; they tow the dinghy. Bob's is a nice boat for fishing...but doesn't rate a yacht! Sorry Bob! lol

  


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Posted on Sun, Feb 05, 2006 19:36

bobsthename write:
me and a babe in my boat. I love boats. I mean babes. I mean boats and babes.

That's not a boat! A fishing trawler is a boat! That's a yacht!!!



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Posted on Sun, Feb 05, 2006 04:56

me and a babe in my boat. I love boats. I mean babes. I mean boats and babes.

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Posted on Sun, Feb 05, 2006 01:12

weelassy1 write:
Wow..I forgot all about this old thread..lol.

Hey Katie and Sharpe do you remember?


I do!

And I still have never seen this boat Bob boasts about! I think he's pullin' our legs. It's probably just a little dinghy. lol



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Posted on Fri, Feb 03, 2006 08:00

Wow..I forgot all about this old thread..lol.

Hey Katie and Sharpe do you remember?

  


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Posted on Thu, Aug 04, 2005 21:13


bobsthename write:
Sharpe, how did you know I was out with my daughter this week when you live in Calgary - have I talked with you before? Anyway...whoever wants to come for an overnight trip, one night, I'll let Katiegirl decide who comes since I vaguely know her, but know her well enough to trust that she has great taste in people. Does it have to be a weekend Katie?



BOB!!! We used to chat on MM forums all the time! Like 3 months ago when you were the size of a Hummer and had to wear a 50DDDDDD bra! Hmpff ...... vaguely remember ..... uh, you offered once to pay my airfare to Toronto from Ottawa and entertain me on your new boat for a weekend, but we couldn't swing it because I was going to be out of town and then return when YOU had to go out of town!

How soon these jetsetting playboys forget ... or get their date's names mixed up.

It doesn't HAVE to be a weekend, but if it were up to me, I'd say EVERYBODY COME TO BOB'S PLACE AND SLEEP ON THE COTTAGE FLOOR!!!!!!

What say you all???



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