Mike's FS14 LS

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Re: Mike's FS14 LS

Post by Fuzz » Fri Dec 16, 2016 3:57 am

seaslug wrote: Although you may be officially retired from boat building, we're all fortunate to have your continued support and advice. Mike
Let me be the first to second that :!: It might not always be politically correct but then again F*** the PC crowd :lol: Call em like you see em and let the chips fall where they may :wink:



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Re: Mike's FS14 LS

Post by Cracker Larry » Fri Dec 16, 2016 10:19 am

I just saw Brads PH18 today for the first time, and holy crap what a beauty. Wish I didn't have to work for a living, because I would just build boats for fun. Although you may be officially retired from boat building, we're all fortunate to have your continued support and advice. Mike
Thank you Mike. Some of your work is stunning!

One correction, that isn't Bradley's PH18. It was built and owned by Andrew Sonner, AKA Smokey Mountain. Brad is his sidekick and he goes by Doc Dyer :wink: Stickystuff always gets them confused, which leads others to confusion :lol:

I've been on that PH18 and it's just as nice in person as in pictures. Andy did a superb job on it.
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Re: Mike's FS14 LS

Post by Jeff » Fri Dec 16, 2016 2:09 pm

Smokey Mountain, beautiful work!!! Happy holidays, Jeff

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Re: Mike's FS14 LS

Post by seaslug » Fri Dec 16, 2016 7:16 pm

Well, Andrew did an amazing job all around, a real beauty. Did he sell the boat to Doc? Now I'm confused.

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Re: Mike's FS14 LS

Post by Cracker Larry » Sat Dec 17, 2016 9:46 am

No, he didn't sell the boat to Doc, it's still Andy's :lol:
Let me be the first to second that :!: It might not always be politically correct but then again F*** the PC crowd :lol: Call em like you see em and let the chips fall where they may :wink:
Thanks Fuzz. PC ain't my strong point :lol: I call them like I see em. Life's too short to beat around the bush. They might not like what I say, but they'll never have to wonder what I'm really thinkin' :D
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Re: Mike's FS14 LS

Post by stickystuff » Mon Dec 19, 2016 4:59 pm

Now I am totally confused. Whats on first and who's on second? I resemble all the remarks. :lol: Hope one and all have a Very Merry Christmas. My great son is taking the wife and I on a 5 day cruise for X Mas. Looking for the get away. Cracker, you be mean to me. Wouldn't have a better friend. Hope all is well for one and all. :D
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