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    OK Daril;
    I'll back you up. From way back! My wife, Maggie, says I can be the captain--- but she is "The Admiral". And life is really good as long as we do things her way. I thought she was kidding when she told me that -- before we got married!!!. She's a joy to please ,though. ( And she's so cute when she tries to pout when she doesn't get her way, which, by the way, ain't that often. )

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigkahuna View Post
    We all know who the Captain is in all of our households.......... right guys??????????????? Right guys????? Back me up here!
    I got your back Daril.
    (Lanna doesn't read these forums).
    Randy

    2003 Bennington 207FS 2003 60 HP Mercury Bigfoot 4S
    Tooning on Caesars Creek Lake in Beautiful Southwestern OH
    If you're not having fun...You're not trying hard enough!

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    OK Daril:
    I'm with Randy. I can back you up 100%. I forgot that Maggie doesn't read the forum, either. So, I'm with you all the way!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by WoodenPontoon View Post
    Hey Danny,

    Great idea! It's might be a nice thing that you don't have a CD player, CD's can take up a lot of space. I have a "Walkman" MP3 player. I think I have over 1500 songs on it already, and it is smaller than most new cell phones.
    My system had a usb port so I can put all of my music on a flash drive and just plug it in.

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    I'm planning on installed the depth finder I received for Christmas last year. The lake was so full this last year we never got a chance to beach it, just tied up to my other friends.

    Oh yeah, I might be the captain but the commander makes the decisions when she's on board!
    Chad
    2012 22 FT Manitou Aurora VP
    2012 Yamaha F115
    Yamaha Pontoon Performance Series 14x13 SS Prop
    Lake Lanier North Georgia

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    Well I'm the Captain of my pontoon, and everyone knows it, but I do have a Admiral that I report to. lol
    2012 Excursion X23C
    90hp Yamaha 4 stroke
    Duel Axle Trailer ready to go anywhere
    All pulled with Z71 4WD Silveradro
    Maritime Mobile KD4LZL
    Lake Allatoona, NW Ga.
    FSO USCG Auxiliary
    Vietnam 66 / 67

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    Speak for your self,
    Malcolm ( Goofy )
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    8525 Sylvan
    200 H O E Tec




    " Keep a fire in your heart and a smile on your face, for you never know when your leaving this place"

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    This thread is starting to sound like The Man Song ( http://humor.beecy.net/menwomen/mansong/ ). LOL :O
    Rick
    2010 Premier SunSation LTD 225
    PTX performance package (triple log)
    220hp 4.3L mpi Merc
    Beautiful southwestern Ohio

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    Why put it off , Just do it.
    Then it's done.
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    Malcolm ( Goofy )
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    200 H O E Tec




    " Keep a fire in your heart and a smile on your face, for you never know when your leaving this place"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cap’n Roy View Post
    My system had a usb port so I can put all of my music on a flash drive and just plug it in.
    I have a XM radio that I just pop it out of the truck and put it on the boat, plug it into the boat radio and no matter where we go I get the satellite signal. It's small about 4" long and 2" tall. Plug into the DC plug, set radio to 88.3 and play it thru the boats speakers. Works great for us.
    2012 Excursion X23C
    90hp Yamaha 4 stroke
    Duel Axle Trailer ready to go anywhere
    All pulled with Z71 4WD Silveradro
    Maritime Mobile KD4LZL
    Lake Allatoona, NW Ga.
    FSO USCG Auxiliary
    Vietnam 66 / 67

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