Klondike Build

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Re: Klondike Build

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Steve,

Have you spent the night on her? Comfy? What about the lighting at night?
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Billy,

Had first overnight last weekend... very pleasant on the water and out of the valley heat.

Night lights work well, will take some pics this weekend. Have met some great neighbors at the marina...
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Great to hear and I’m assuming the Admiral is love’n it too. Wishing she would post some more YouTube vids of the boat.

Can’t wait to see the pics this weekend.
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Our first real meal on the boat… still dealing with some clutter and minor issues, but making progress. Will be making the first trip to the fuel dock today. Sorry I can’t change the image display from my phone…
Sunset… geese are making the rounds while the Traeger is heating up
Sunset… geese are making the rounds while the Traeger is heating up
Night lighting on the marina
Night lighting on the marina
Ready for the grill… seeing more smiles now that we’re on the water
Ready for the grill… seeing more smiles now that we’re on the water
Regards,

Steve
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The images are fine when clicked on to enlarge on my phone and laptop. WOW that is practically a dream kitchen in any home. For sure on a boat. I'll be right over!! YUM!!!

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Thanks Roberta, you’d be welcome any time!
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Thank you! If I get out there, I'll bring the steaks and wine.

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Hello Steve,

The boat looks just wonderful!!!

I'm thinking that the cook is your wife (?) and that you too, have such a happy smile these days.

You've certainly earned some pleasant times cruising near and then far!!!

I'm more than a bit envious!

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Thanks Alan… my wife and I are coming up on our 21st anniversary, and she has been a boat widow (her term) for 14 of them. I’m grateful for her patience, and she’s a great cook!

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Looks delicious!! I’m all for that asparagus! Yum
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Absolutely amazing!! Condo on the water...
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Steve

I had a problem with photos posting sideways on my blog. In order for my pictures to post correctly from my phone, I had to edit the picture first before posting. Go into edit, then crop and make the vertical size slightly smaller and save, then post the cropped picture.

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Steve, the boat looks amazing. And that galley WOW! Enjoy it. It is well deserved. If my son moves back to San Fran maybe I'll come look first hand.
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Many thanks to all!

Curt, I'll try editing the pics next time... thanks for the tip.

Bryan, you'd be most welcome to visit...

Regards,

Steve
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That Galley is simple beautiful, it looks like a high end condo!
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