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Heath then turned on another stunning performance at the competition headquarters catching marlin on a fishing simulator that was powerful enough to drag his strong hookup 2012 around the mocked-up boat deck. But once again, it was the outstanding tournament organisation and the chance to mix socially with others in Team CruiseCraft, which made it a magical experience.
A host of others CruiseCraft owners attended as well. Heath Semmler and his crew from The Caves, just north of Rockhampton in Queensland, put their Outsider through its paces in no uncertain terms.
But on returning to land, he had one objective — a hot shower, some free online hookup dating sites clothes and a juicy steak on the BBQ. In fact it was on this outing that Justin Nichols caught a prize winning snapper — big enough to win the daily prize and big enough to win the category overall.
Richard Love's Outsider made it into the fantastic media coverage of the event provided by the Gladstone Observer, as did Kevin Nichols' new Explorer Hardtop.
What a smooth operator. And because Brendon went to Boyne-Tannum as a deckie on Graham and Kath Taylor's Explorerarriving the day after they did, he had his Pajero with him to tow his impressive prize back home.
Greg Morris from Boomi in northern New South Wales had crowds of people in stitches of laughter as he told wonderful tales about mishaps in cars, boats, light planes and farm machinery as water hookup for refrigerator as the wonderful challenge of hookup vip id up seven daughters.
And a large group of fun characters from the Sunshine Coast who camped in a massive tent complex near the 'CruiseCraft Alley' cabins — joined in the fun including the impromptu TCC video night.
Ugly, very ugly, but a sensational time all the same.
He didn't bother weighing in the fish. It was an event punctuated with strong winds and plenty of swell.
Apart from getting his photo published in the Gladstone Observer three times on the one page — yes, that's right, three times on the one page, the Outsider owner from Carina in Brisbane's inner-east won a new painted tinnie, outboard and trailer. These photos show what it was like - once the wind and seas had settled enough to grab a few pix.