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These kayaks were made in honor of my deceased mother. They were made by an immigrant doctor who had practiced with my father 40 years ago and they still knew each other. He was from Madagascar, small man French, smart and handy. He like my father and I love the water . He sailed and so did we. I had an original Chesapeake light 17 feet made 13 years ago and he saw i still had it and gave it to me. Vincent the renter of the property where i had it in the back bolted said he didnt have any knowledge of the kayak. Said he cut the bolt. The old one was in the grass cooking in the heat and rain. I had an accident and was in the hospital. When I got out i had no where to leave it there and Scot knew I had it there. Vincent Morse who makes insoles drives a red mini suv year 2000 and rides a roadster bicycle and practices yoga on Saturday at the park at 9. Would not open the door. I called Scot and he said it was there a week ago that he had sold the property. Didn’t tell me to whom and I texted no reply. Vincent opened the door finally when he heard the Neighbour see me with a budget truck tying up the 17 foot one. I rinsed it and it was so bad the paint was coming off. Needs to be redone. The old one is a Chesapeake light 38 lbs made for my dad and given to me. The ultra light was made for me. I wanted to have both so people could feel the ride. Vince had mentioned many times he wanted to ride it. Also saiddidnt have my mail. Havent gone to the police cuz didn’t think they could do anything and was crying. It was what kept me with nature and on the water. It also tied me to mom. Pics will follow and police report. In naples the immunity helps to find it. Everyone said not here. I have my hope. I need someone to help me varnish the old one and repair it. I have a sander. Please contact me. Reward will be more. Please tell all kayakers. You cant miss it.
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