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Poison ivy. On a canoe trip Sunday to Dry Creek near Marianna, FL
which was at flood level, the water was flowing thru the trees
carrying our canoes under numerous vines. I must not have managed to
wash all the oil off because this morning my neck is breaking out and
my shoulders feel it too.
Unfortunately, this is the only thing to which I am extremely
allergic. As a kid, we'd get it so bad we looked as if we had severe
burns all over us. The only remedy was cold spring water.
This reminds me of the remedy for stinging nettles. As kids, we'd
never wear shoes and would get our feet covered with nettle welts.
The remedy for that was to immerse our feet into hot sand heated by
the sun.

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On 5/3/10 10:35 AM, Frogwatch wrote:
Poison ivy. On a canoe trip Sunday to Dry Creek near Marianna, FL
which was at flood level, the water was flowing thru the trees
carrying our canoes under numerous vines. I must not have managed to
wash all the oil off because this morning my neck is breaking out and
my shoulders feel it too.
Unfortunately, this is the only thing to which I am extremely
allergic. As a kid, we'd get it so bad we looked as if we had severe
burns all over us. The only remedy was cold spring water.
This reminds me of the remedy for stinging nettles. As kids, we'd
never wear shoes and would get our feet covered with nettle welts.
The remedy for that was to immerse our feet into hot sand heated by
the sun.



I thought you were sailing that floating disaster of yours to the Bahamas?

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On 5/3/2010 10:40 AM, hk wrote:
On 5/3/10 10:35 AM, Frogwatch wrote:
Poison ivy. On a canoe trip Sunday to Dry Creek near Marianna, FL
which was at flood level, the water was flowing thru the trees
carrying our canoes under numerous vines. I must not have managed to
wash all the oil off because this morning my neck is breaking out and
my shoulders feel it too.
Unfortunately, this is the only thing to which I am extremely
allergic. As a kid, we'd get it so bad we looked as if we had severe
burns all over us. The only remedy was cold spring water.
This reminds me of the remedy for stinging nettles. As kids, we'd
never wear shoes and would get our feet covered with nettle welts.
The remedy for that was to immerse our feet into hot sand heated by
the sun.



I thought you were sailing that floating disaster of yours to the Bahamas?

Gotta love it. The owner of a low transom gussied up POS of a work barge
criticizing another posters boat. Only in She United Socialist States Of
America.
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On May 3, 11:04*am, Neeander wrote:
On 5/3/2010 10:40 AM, hk wrote:

On 5/3/10 10:35 AM, Frogwatch wrote:
Poison ivy. On a canoe trip Sunday to Dry Creek near Marianna, FL
which was at flood level, the water was flowing thru the trees
carrying our canoes under numerous vines. I must not have managed to
wash all the oil off because this morning my neck is breaking out and
my shoulders feel it too.
Unfortunately, this is the only thing to which I am extremely
allergic. As a kid, we'd get it so bad we looked as if we had severe
burns all over us. The only remedy was cold spring water.
This reminds me of the remedy for stinging nettles. As kids, we'd
never wear shoes and would get our feet covered with nettle welts.
The remedy for that was to immerse our feet into hot sand heated by
the sun.


I thought you were sailing that floating disaster of yours to the Bahamas?


Gotta love it. The owner of a low transom gussied up POS of a work barge
criticizing another posters boat. Only in She United Socialist States Of
America.


I have 8 boats, an 18' Grumman canoe, a kayak, a sailboard, a
homebuilt dinghy, 2 small MiniCup sailboats, a 28' S2 sailboat and my
homebuilt 20 Standard Tolman Skiff. Obviously, I do a lot of
different kinds of boating.
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"Neeander" wrote in message
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On 5/3/2010 10:40 AM, hk wrote:
On 5/3/10 10:35 AM, Frogwatch wrote:
Poison ivy. On a canoe trip Sunday to Dry Creek near Marianna, FL
which was at flood level, the water was flowing thru the trees
carrying our canoes under numerous vines. I must not have managed to
wash all the oil off because this morning my neck is breaking out and
my shoulders feel it too.
Unfortunately, this is the only thing to which I am extremely
allergic. As a kid, we'd get it so bad we looked as if we had severe
burns all over us. The only remedy was cold spring water.
This reminds me of the remedy for stinging nettles. As kids, we'd
never wear shoes and would get our feet covered with nettle welts.
The remedy for that was to immerse our feet into hot sand heated by
the sun.



I thought you were sailing that floating disaster of yours to the
Bahamas?

Gotta love it. The owner of a low transom gussied up POS of a work barge
criticizing another posters boat. Only in *She United Socialist States Of
America*.


Say what? "She United Socialist States Of America"??
Lot of girliemen where you live?



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On 5/3/2010 11:13 AM, Frogwatch wrote:
On May 3, 11:04 am, wrote:
On 5/3/2010 10:40 AM, hk wrote:

On 5/3/10 10:35 AM, Frogwatch wrote:
Poison ivy. On a canoe trip Sunday to Dry Creek near Marianna, FL
which was at flood level, the water was flowing thru the trees
carrying our canoes under numerous vines. I must not have managed to
wash all the oil off because this morning my neck is breaking out and
my shoulders feel it too.
Unfortunately, this is the only thing to which I am extremely
allergic. As a kid, we'd get it so bad we looked as if we had severe
burns all over us. The only remedy was cold spring water.
This reminds me of the remedy for stinging nettles. As kids, we'd
never wear shoes and would get our feet covered with nettle welts.
The remedy for that was to immerse our feet into hot sand heated by
the sun.


I thought you were sailing that floating disaster of yours to the Bahamas?


Gotta love it. The owner of a low transom gussied up POS of a work barge
criticizing another posters boat. Only in She United Socialist States Of
America.


I have 8 boats, an 18' Grumman canoe, a kayak, a sailboard, a
homebuilt dinghy, 2 small MiniCup sailboats, a 28' S2 sailboat and my
homebuilt 20 Standard Tolman Skiff. Obviously, I do a lot of
different kinds of boating.

Each one of your boats probably gets more use than Harry's barge gets.
Harry, the little old lady that he is, puts about 10 hours a year on the
Pahkah.
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On 5/3/2010 11:14 AM, YukonBound wrote:


"Neeander" wrote in message
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On 5/3/2010 10:40 AM, hk wrote:


I thought you were sailing that floating disaster of yours to the
Bahamas?

Gotta love it. The owner of a low transom gussied up POS of a work
barge criticizing another posters boat. Only in *She United Socialist
States Of America*.


Say what? "She United Socialist States Of America"??
Lot of girliemen where you live?


You bet yer army boots there are. Take Harry for instance.
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On May 3, 11:13*am, Frogwatch wrote:
On May 3, 11:04*am, Neeander wrote:





On 5/3/2010 10:40 AM, hk wrote:


On 5/3/10 10:35 AM, Frogwatch wrote:
Poison ivy. On a canoe trip Sunday to Dry Creek near Marianna, FL
which was at flood level, the water was flowing thru the trees
carrying our canoes under numerous vines. I must not have managed to
wash all the oil off because this morning my neck is breaking out and
my shoulders feel it too.
Unfortunately, this is the only thing to which I am extremely
allergic. As a kid, we'd get it so bad we looked as if we had severe
burns all over us. The only remedy was cold spring water.
This reminds me of the remedy for stinging nettles. As kids, we'd
never wear shoes and would get our feet covered with nettle welts.
The remedy for that was to immerse our feet into hot sand heated by
the sun.


I thought you were sailing that floating disaster of yours to the Bahamas?


Gotta love it. The owner of a low transom gussied up POS of a work barge
criticizing another posters boat. Only in She United Socialist States Of
America.


I have 8 boats, an 18' Grumman canoe, a kayak, a sailboard, a
homebuilt dinghy, 2 small MiniCup sailboats, a 28' S2 sailboat and my
homebuilt 20 Standard Tolman Skiff. *Obviously, I do a lot of
different kinds of boating.- Hide quoted text -

- Show quoted text -


Now Harry will have to show you up, no one can have more than Harry!
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On May 3, 11:14*am, "YukonBound" wrote:
"Neeander" wrote in message

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On 5/3/2010 10:40 AM, hk wrote:
On 5/3/10 10:35 AM, Frogwatch wrote:
Poison ivy. On a canoe trip Sunday to Dry Creek near Marianna, FL
which was at flood level, the water was flowing thru the trees
carrying our canoes under numerous vines. I must not have managed to
wash all the oil off because this morning my neck is breaking out and
my shoulders feel it too.
Unfortunately, this is the only thing to which I am extremely
allergic. As a kid, we'd get it so bad we looked as if we had severe
burns all over us. The only remedy was cold spring water.
This reminds me of the remedy for stinging nettles. As kids, we'd
never wear shoes and would get our feet covered with nettle welts.
The remedy for that was to immerse our feet into hot sand heated by
the sun.


I thought you were sailing that floating disaster of yours to the
Bahamas?


Gotta love it. The owner of a low transom gussied up POS of a work barge
criticizing another posters boat. Only in *She United Socialist States Of
America*.


Say what? *"She United Socialist States Of America"??
Lot of girliemen where you live?- Hide quoted text -

- Show quoted text -


What about YOUR typo, dummy "hobuse"???
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On 5/3/10 11:13 AM, Frogwatch wrote:
On May 3, 11:04 am, wrote:
On 5/3/2010 10:40 AM, hk wrote:

On 5/3/10 10:35 AM, Frogwatch wrote:
Poison ivy. On a canoe trip Sunday to Dry Creek near Marianna, FL
which was at flood level, the water was flowing thru the trees
carrying our canoes under numerous vines. I must not have managed to
wash all the oil off because this morning my neck is breaking out and
my shoulders feel it too.
Unfortunately, this is the only thing to which I am extremely
allergic. As a kid, we'd get it so bad we looked as if we had severe
burns all over us. The only remedy was cold spring water.
This reminds me of the remedy for stinging nettles. As kids, we'd
never wear shoes and would get our feet covered with nettle welts.
The remedy for that was to immerse our feet into hot sand heated by
the sun.


I thought you were sailing that floating disaster of yours to the Bahamas?


Gotta love it. The owner of a low transom gussied up POS of a work barge
criticizing another posters boat. Only in She United Socialist States Of
America.


I have 8 boats, an 18' Grumman canoe, a kayak, a sailboard, a
homebuilt dinghy, 2 small MiniCup sailboats, a 28' S2 sailboat and my
homebuilt 20 Standard Tolman Skiff. Obviously, I do a lot of
different kinds of boating.



Are they all in as "terrific" shape as your S2, or are they all sorta
derelicts?

You ought to write a book: Zen and the Art of Deferred Boat Maintenance


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