Handsome Transom
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Gender:
Male
Birthday:
Feb 5, 1969 (Age: 49)
Location:
Penetanguishene Ontario Canada
Occupation:
Tile Mason

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Handsome Transom

Active Member, Male, 49, from Penetanguishene Ontario Canada

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Going to leave politics to the politicians was what I said as a soldier and it's what I'm going to have to say as a boater. Jul 27, 2018

Handsome Transom was last seen:
Oct 18, 2018 at 12:53 PM
    1. Handsome Transom
      Handsome Transom
      Going to leave politics to the politicians was what I said as a soldier and it's what I'm going to have to say as a boater.
    2. Handsome Transom
      Handsome Transom
      Happy to have our tender on deck and the never before used sunshades I dug out of the locker keeping things cool
    3. Handsome Transom
      Handsome Transom
      first day away from the dock yesterday after a few on it ensuing everything is functioning . Feels great . Now to go earn some gas money
    4. Handsome Transom
      Handsome Transom
      Hi thanks for the membership. I have read a ton of great advice on here so far dreaming of spring in the early hours before my family is up.
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    Gender:
    Male
    Birthday:
    Feb 5, 1969 (Age: 49)
    Location:
    Penetanguishene Ontario Canada
    Occupation:
    Tile Mason
    Boat Info:
    1989 SeaRay Sundancer 268 454 Bravo
    Boat Brand:
    Searay 268 Sundancer
    Engines:
    454 Mercruiser bravo drive
    I am an intermediate level boater with abyoung family bits are 1 and 4. My wife Melanie and I have owned 3 boars together including our new to us 268 sundancer . This is a big time upgrade for us our others were a 22 ft Lapstrake with a cuddy and camper top we called that boat Handsome Transom and woody. Second boat a 22ft Cooper Prowler aft cabin with a rough interior. NOW we just bought our mint 268 Sundancer and are looking forward to springtime bigtime. I belong to a forum about chev trail blazers hmm envoys called trailvoy . That forum has allowed us to take care of our last and our current truck gleaning tips from others who have gone before turning my midlevel maintenance and repair skills into somewhat advanced. I am always happy to learn from someone who has done a repair before I drive in and found the forum has saved me time and money. That's about it and the reason I joined here.
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