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Old     (saberworks)      Join Date: Sep 2010       08-13-2013, 11:05 AM Reply   
We've had the best summer in years here in the PNW but I've only been out wakeboarding twice this year. Just can't seem to find the motivation and other people required to get out there. I've been more interested in downhill mountain biking and paintball lately. Last year was pretty much a bust, too, I probably only put 10 hours on the boat all season. Considering the amount of money I have into the boat and truck (that I bought pretty much only to tow the boat), it seems silly to have so much money tied up in something I only do a few times a year. I spend more time reading about wakeboarding than I do actually wakeboarding anymore.

So I put my boat up for sale last week (and planning to sell the truck once the boat sells). I have a couple of seriously interested prospects but now I'm getting cold feet.

Have you ever sold a boat, not planning on buying another one, then regretted it and ended up buying another boat? I'm not really talking about people who sold their boat with the intent to purchase another, but more to people who sold their boat, intending to quit wakeboarding, and then ended up regretting it.

 
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