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Bill Whalen

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  1. Bill Whalen

    WTB: NDK Romany

    Thanks, Vick and Leslie for your thoughts and advice! It's much appreciated! - Bill
  2. Bill Whalen

    WTB: NDK Romany

    Hi there - I'm looking for a older/used NDK Romany. I don't mind if it's a little beat-up as long as it's watertight. Anyone have one taking up space that you might considering parting with? Thanks! Bill whalen dot bill at gmail do com
  3. Seals Shocker 1.4 / Medium Tunnel - $50 Harmony SuperShock (Not sure on size, but bigger than the 1.4 Seals) - $40 Harmony Nylon - $15 Malone J Racks (No straps) - $40 Yakima Saddles (Set of 4, fittings for round bars) - $40 Contact me at whalen.bill at gmail.com
  4. Bill Whalen

    Solo loading

    Might want to think about folding the car mirror in too? (Bad enough if you drop your kayak, but ripping off the mirror on your wife's new car might get you into trouble 😉 Good luck!
  5. Still available? Thanks! Bill
  6. Bill Whalen

    Kokatat MsFit Tour PFD, Small, like new, $ 70

    Thanks, Andy. Can you email me at whalen.bill at gmail dot com?
  7. Bill Whalen

    Kokatat MsFit Tour PFD, Small, like new, $ 70

    Is this PFD still available? Thanks! Bill
  8. http://www.boston.com/metrodesk/2012/09/08/coast-guard-searching-for-kayaker-swampscott-after-finding-empty-vessel/IdQGY9svvVyGfqlijElhvI/story.html
  9. Bill Whalen

    Radio Suggestions?

    Earlier this summer, I bought a Uniden MHS125 and have been very pleased so far. It's pretty basic, but was built to the higher JIS8 submersible specification (submersible for up to 30 minutes at five feet) and also floats. You can find it online today for around $100.
  10. Bill Whalen

    roof rack

    I plan to swap out the thumb nuts on my Thule J racks with lock nuts. A semi-determined thief would still be able to remove these without difficulty, but it will certainly take longer - and he'd need tools. (I also saw some more serious, tamper-proof nuts, while researching online that would provide more security.) Hopefully the lock-nuts will be enough to keep them away... Bummer on your rack!
  11. Bill Whalen

    North Shore Skills Sessions

    Hi there - Can you tell me where you park and put in? Might try to stop by to check it out. (Don't think I'll be able to paddle tonight though, but would like to join in the near future.) Thanks! - Bill Whalen