Do you have any items that you might be bringing to the Rendezvous to offer for sale?
Do you have any items(paddles, tents, boat, buckets, camping gear, etc.) that you are actively seeking,and want to buy?
Clean out those closets, the shed, the garage, the barn, your storage locker. Make a few bucks, and use it to buy more gear. :^)
I have a couple of boats I might be interested in selling. Also several straight & bent shaft paddles.
Time to Rendezvous is getting short!
Rescue / Throw Bags
Touring Kayak Paddles
First Need Purifier
Sport Cases (Electronics)
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OK you evil tempter, you|
Posted by: pblanc on Sep-27-13 3:48 PM (EST)
What boats? What paddles?
Gear for sale...................|
Posted by: thebob.com on Sep-28-13 12:16 AM (EST)
Posted by: deuce on Oct-01-13 9:56 AM (EST)
Bob, a friend of mine is interested in the Probe. I expect he'll contact you soon. He won't be able to make the trip, but if you two work something out Deuce's Delivery Service will handle transport from Pultite.
Posted by: thebob.com on Oct-01-13 1:18 PM (EST)
Argosy is for sale|
Posted by: PamThePaddler on Oct-01-13 9:44 PM (EST)
I am selling:
Posted by: wildernesswebb on Oct-02-13 12:32 AM (EST)
....how much for the paddle? I'm interested.
Posted by: PamThePaddler on Oct-02-13 12:39 PM (EST)
I assume you are asking about the Sprite Cruiser it is $30.00 the Kayak paddle is $80.00. Let me know.
Posted by: vic on Oct-03-13 1:23 AM (EST)
I know of a US Senator for sale, but he costs far more than I can afford.
Posted by: wildernesswebb on Oct-03-13 9:27 AM (EST)
And I know of several congressmen too (LOL)!
Actually gentlemen, I believe|
Posted by: deuce on Oct-03-13 9:52 AM (EST)
those individuals are already bought and paid for. Sorry. You'll have to wait til the next "elections", but look on the bright side. Maybe if we save our money we can pool our resources and buy one then.
Posted by: vic on Oct-03-13 11:21 AM (EST)
You got a winning powerball ticket you didn't tell us about?
I wish, Vic.|
Posted by: deuce on Oct-03-13 11:37 AM (EST)
You can rest assured if I owned a stake in one of those clowns we wouldn't be scratching our heads and trying to figure out what we'll do in a week and a half.
Posted by: deuce on Oct-03-13 4:36 PM (EST)
Is it a Descent, Bob? What size and how much por favor.
It has been said|
Posted by: pgeorg on Oct-06-13 5:52 AM (EST)
that we have the best government that money can buy. But, who is "we" ?
Who is we?|
Posted by: vic on Oct-06-13 1:47 PM (EST)
Well, in the words of Bob Dylan: "It ain't me babe."
I have two DFDs |
Posted by: deuce on Oct-07-13 11:31 AM (EST)
(Doggy Flotation Devices) that I'll bring if anyone is interested. Copied from another thread:
Yakima Rack System |
Posted by: wildernesswebb on Oct-07-13 7:50 PM (EST)
Posted by: miriamcanoe on Oct-07-13 8:21 PM (EST)
Will they work on a Jeep Liberty? I have the racks on it that came from the factory. The Liberty doesn't have rain gutters like the Cherokee did. I left my old racks on the Cherokee and my daughter drives it now.
Does It Have Rails?|
Posted by: wildernesswebb on Oct-08-13 12:28 AM (EST)
If so, yes. The Liberty's with rails we looked at in the past has the same rails as the Dodge has. It's the older style Yakima Rail Grab system. Takes about 5 minutes on and off. Here's one on E-bay but ours is 78" Bars and in better shape: