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Avast there Matey!

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BOLD PIRATES NEVER DIE !!!
Mike Paolantonio <MUDVAYNE_FAN20022003@YAHOO.COM>
cary, il usa - Thursday, October 07, 2004 at 21:50:25 (EDT)
Dutchman" ... Help!
pigrock <pigrock@elvis.com>
Tampa, Florida USA - Tuesday, September 28, 2004 at 23:42:42 (EDT)

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Hello, PigRock! Go here:
http://www.whydah.com/store/product_info.php?products_id=101


Very well done. The boat looks awesome!
Soeren
- Tuesday, September 14, 2004 at 15:32:47 (EDT)
Thanx a bunch!
Soeren
Denmark - Monday, September 13, 2004 at 10:39:48 (EDT)
I'm looking for the Playmobil photo story about the Pirateship Fennris. I forgot to bookmark it, and now I cant find it. Bummer! Thanks in upfront
Soeren
Denmark - Sunday, September 12, 2004 at 15:38:53 (EDT)

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Hello, Soeren ...

You need to go here:
http://gardenwargaming.com/pirates/henry/henry.html
Also, you might want to email Cap'n Henry for the latest update!
All the best,
Richard


LOVE IT !!! Please post more Pirate Stuff !!!
San Diego, Ca USA - Sunday, August 29, 2004 at 03:34:27 (EDT)
Arrrgh! Fats be d'Ballast o'd'boat ... And, dat be me !!!
Fats
San Diego, CA USA - Friday, July 30, 2004 at 23:35:49 (EDT)
You might want to visit the "Talk Like a Pirate" site!
BLAKE <PIRATEBLAKE@AOL.COM>
- Friday, July 16, 2004 at 12:48:10 (EDT)
drgagb
Blob <apriuhga@pasoiugn.com>
zdrg, rdg rdg - Friday, March 26, 2004 at 17:03:52 (EST)
arrrrrrrrrrrrrrrg
Ben <ben@arrrg.org>
- Monday, November 10, 2003 at 05:46:39 (EST)
Yank yer crank n' stow yer gear. Look out mate cuz Black Jack's here!
Black Jack Shalaq <BlackjackShalaq@AOL.COM>
anywhere, oh usa - Monday, October 20, 2003 at 20:31:41 (EDT)
Arrr may yer Roger be Jolly!!! More rum wenches!!
Wenchalicious <Wenchalicious2002@yahoo.com>
Mt.Vernon, IL USA - Friday, October 17, 2003 at 00:46:46 (EDT)
argh avast ye, this is a fantastic scurvy site, keep talkin piratish, YAAARRRGGGHHH!!!!
Master Bates <mobydickhead@hotmick.com>
7 seas, paranoid Skull and cross bones - Monday, October 06, 2003 at 05:53:43 (EDT)
swashbucklers! Make sure ter make a mark on the new spot on the internet treasure map! Soon there will be a page fer me adventures on the seven seas! Now there are just a few pictures of an old fart called Semelfungus Cutter! Arrrrgh! Me´s just refitting me boats and then me and my pack are bound for the sea, for the riches of the new world! The lure is strong, so keep yer eyes on the horizon, me sails won´t be far! Arrrrgh!
Cap´n Stoemp de Waterzooi <olkgod@aol.com>
Rutabaga, Potzdorffian Waters - Tuesday, September 23, 2003 at 18:29:45 (EDT)
All, thank you for your kind words for my tavern. I really enjoy these pages! really enjoy these pages! I had a couple of questions regarding the tiles and roof shingles... They were made by cuting out cardboard squares and rectangles, and then cutting them to look uneven and glued into place, piece by piece! Take care, Jonathan
Jonathan Yonk <yonkj2@hotmail.com>
Lombard, IL U.S.A. - Tuesday, September 09, 2003 at 00:00:10 (EDT)

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Shingle by shingle?
No wonder they look so GREAT!
Thanks for your Pirates Log entry, Johnathan, and thanks for sharing your fantastic Tavern!
Now we want to see more! How about the whole Pirate town?

All the best,
Richard

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Ahoy there Richard,

Ok, I decided to make the pirate town and have been working on it diligentily over the last couple of days...  If I can keep it up, I should be done in a few weeks!  I'll keep you posted and send photos when I have them... 
I liked the feature on making the ships' figurheads.  Any word on any future features regarding customized ships?  I think it would be fun to make a "ghost pirate" ship, something based on Howard Pyle's "The Flying Dutchman" painting. 

Take care, Jonathan
Jonathan Yonk <yonkj2@hotmail.com>
Lombard, IL U.S.A. - Sunday, September 14, 2003 at 00:00:58 -0600

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A pirate town!
That's GREAT news, Jonathan!
A complete Pirate town ... Now that's going to be something to see!
We already have a new page designed and ready for your pictures, Jonathan ... :o)

All the best,
Richard


It's very inspiring and something a lot of people have been waiting for. Well done! Looking forward to all that is to come. Sven
Sven van der Hart
Copenhagen, Legoland - Saturday, September 06, 2003 at 18:34:48 (EDT)

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aaaArgh! Welcome aboard there, Sven! And we thanks yer kindly fer yer entry in th' Pirates Log! We're 'opin' now that maybe y'might be sendin' us a little sumpin' t' be puttin' up 'ere on these Pirates Pages, Cap'n Sven ...
Smooth sailin' to ye ...

Cap'n Durty Dick, scourge o' the Gulf coast ...


Richard, this site is a must know, must see, must take part for all pirate addicted! I am hurrying to finish my pictures!!! Olaf
Henry the Lion
<o.delke@gingco.net>
Brunswick, Germany - Thursday, September 04, 2003 at 10:54:39 (EDT)

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Thanks for your Pirates Log entry, Olaf!
We are really excited about including your pictures here at the GW Pirate Pages!


Cap'n Dick, with yer site here! `t was about time we get a place fer sharing a good bottle o´ rum and talking ´bout our exploits on the main! Keep ´em piccies comming! But always keep an eye on the nasty Piratehunters from Potzdorff! Cap´n Stoemp de Waterzooi, Admiral of the Piratefleet of Rutabaga
Olkibaby
Germany - Wednesday, September 03, 2003 at 18:01:44 (EDT)

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aaaArgh! Welcome aboard, Cap´n Stoemp de Waterzooi!
We be right pleased to be meetin' y'ere at the Tavern for a bit o'rum and chat, matey!
An' we'll be takin' yer advice ' bout keepin' a weather eye out fer them nasty Piratehunters from Potzdorff!
Full sails, full pockets and full bellys ..
Cap'n Durty Dick, scurvy scourge o' th'Caribee ...

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Thank ye Cap´n Dick!
I will learn much more nautical terms and pirate speech these days, I found some sites on the internet and will share them with you, when I checked them all, soon!
Stoemp de Waterzooi
(Both belgian dishes, Stoemp are mashed potatoes with vegetables, and Waterzooi is a plate of various northsea fish, shellfish and crabs, sounded good for a sailor, I thought!)


!! Let´s sing..."Sixteen men on a dead man's chest , Yo ho ho and a bottle of rum ....." ¶-Ð
Customizer <info@klickyworld.com>
EM, Germany - Wednesday, September 03, 2003 at 15:03:17 (EDT)
Arrrg!!!, Arr, arr, grrrr. I have a small collection, if I can help them, them control something. My English is bad. -El Pirata Barba Negra busca cuellos que cortar-.
(Blackbeard the Pirate ... Looking for Throats to Cut!)
Klicky Mexicanoa (Julio C. Campos) <jcamposcamacho@hotmail.com>
Zapopan, Jal México - Wednesday, September 03, 2003 at 14:35:08 (EDT)
Arrr! 'Tis a fine beginning to an auspicious adventure ye have here Cap'n Dick. And like all good voyages the trip begins at the tavern! 'Eres a tip of me hat to mate Yonk fer 'is work on that establishment. A port ain't a port wit'out a place to whet yer whistle! And so a toast to kick off this venture - May ye always have wind in yer sails, gold in yer pockets and a sword in yer hand!
Cap'n Henry <e.durand@verizon.net>
La Plata, MD 20646 - Wednesday, September 03, 2003 at 13:51:14 (EDT)

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aaaArghh! And, 'tis a fine toast indeed there, Cap'n Henry!
Y'be sooo right there, Cap'n Henry, 'bout Mr. Yonk's Tavern! We'd be 'ard pressed t'find a better place fer a beginnin' we would ... ;o)
Th' best from,
Cap'n Durty Dick, scurvy scourge o' th'Caribee ...


I've just come from Jonathan's Tavern and I must agree wi' Cap'n Davy - 'tis indeed right cosy and jus' the place to meet some 'andsome pirate men with pockets full o' silver... mayhap I'll meet ye in there for some grog and grub one day, Cap'n Dick! ;-) Pray keep up the hard work on yer site and I'll be sure an' visit as oft I can!
Pirate's wench Kryssy <masters@justforklicks.com>
Inverness, Scotland UK - Wednesday, September 03, 2003 at 08:24:51 (EDT)

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aaaaArghh! Them be right kind words there, Krissy! Methinks that maybe we mighta sailed th' same waters afore. Could that be now?
Full sails to ye and thanks for th' visit,
Cap'n Durty Dick, scurvy scourge o' th' Caribee!

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'Tis quite possible ye've met me somewhere... there's many an ol' pirate who's had the pleasure already. :-)
But ye must surely be a brave cap'n if'n ye be allowin' wenches aboard yer ship! I've heard 'tis consider'd right bad luck to sail wi' women.
kryssy


Avast there, yer thirsty scurvy swabs! `Tis early days yet so I only seed the tavern; an`a mighty fine one she be! Thank `ee kindly Johnathan Yonk fer the showin´of her.I shall be makin`these pages a port o`call, in the next few weeks, to see what`s new. Cap`n Dick `tis a fine job yer doin` aharr! Tis that an`all.
Cap`n Davy de Warrens < warrensde@yahoo.de>
dillenburg, hess germany - Tuesday, September 02, 2003 at 15:54:52 (EDT)

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aaaArghh! It be a right fine entry wot ye be puttin' in th' Pirates Log there, Cap'n Davy de Warrens!
Full sails n' smooth sailin' to ye,
Cap'n Durty Dick, scurvy scourge o' th' Caribee!

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Stop! Did ´ee say stop?? Have ´ee ferget? We be pirates, buccaneers, brothers o´the coast! We gives no quarter!! What`s a split side or two?
So you knows that there wench Kryssy? Methinks she be knowd from the Barbery Coast to the Isle of Tortuga!
Imagine my surprise when lookin´ up from the floor o´ Johnathan`s Tavern to see Kryssy`s foot comin`at me head! I don`t hold it `gainst her t`was probably in the way or she were funnin`. When I came to, she were gone. Mark you, `t isn`t every man that can boast o´ bein´ carressed by Kryssy´s boot.
Just a wurd of advice Cap´n Durty Dick. Don`t wish her a "full sail." She´s had her sail full six times already and don`t wish it to happen again, if you takes my meanin´! Ahaa haaarr


Welcome all ye swabs to GW's Pirate pages ... Leave a message here for the crew of the next passing ship and maybe we'll all be rescued ... ;o)
Richard <richard@gardenwargaing.com>
Houston, TX USA - Monday, September 01, 2003 at 19:05:39 (EDT)

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