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Created by McNaughtical 1 month ago, 2 Apr 2019
cisco
QLD, 11067 posts
3 Apr 2019 6:46AM
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Charriot
QLD, 764 posts
3 Apr 2019 7:25AM
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madmission
VIC, 206 posts
3 Apr 2019 9:05AM
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HG Many Thanks.



fishmonkey
NSW, 418 posts
3 Apr 2019 9:42AM
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Jode5
QLD, 713 posts
3 Apr 2019 8:43AM
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RIP HG.

aus005
TAS, 479 posts
3 Apr 2019 10:12AM
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shaggybaxter
QLD, 1565 posts
3 Apr 2019 9:16AM
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Only look backwards to fond memories.....RIP HG.




Gravy7
NSW, 197 posts
3 Apr 2019 11:24AM
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Lazzz
NSW, 418 posts
3 Apr 2019 3:20PM
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Andrew68
VIC, 225 posts
3 Apr 2019 9:35PM
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Very sad to hear this news. I loved his entries in "what did you do to your boat today"and how he would rotate others photos correctly then say "We cant have a nice job like this one side ways"

Capt_Newmo
VIC, 427 posts
4 Apr 2019 8:40AM
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crustysailor
VIC, 629 posts
4 Apr 2019 3:40PM
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a comment would ruin the sentiment, but I knew it was coming and must have had happened.
We too had contact with HG, as another Walker H28 is back in the family. Haydn gave us a set of sails, who would do that today.

RIP to a good man

slammin
QLD, 834 posts
4 Apr 2019 4:06PM
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I'm another who had contact withHG via pm's. A lovely guy and a terrible loss. He's done it hard at times so I'm sure he's at peace .
ps. In memory of him I wish I knew how to post a pic upside down!!

UncleBob
NSW, 405 posts
4 Apr 2019 5:36PM
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slammin said..
I'm another who had contact withHG via pm's. A lovely guy and a terrible loss. He's done it hard at times so I'm sure he's at peace .
ps. In memory of him I wish I knew how to post a pic upside down!!


Beautiful sentiment, love it. Rest in peace HG.

SandS
VIC, 5521 posts
4 Apr 2019 6:53PM
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EC31
NSW, 395 posts
4 Apr 2019 7:55PM
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RIP HG.

southace
QLD, 3998 posts
4 Apr 2019 9:37PM
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Rip old salt!


Planeray
NSW, 126 posts
5 Apr 2019 4:44PM
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theselkie
QLD, 555 posts
5 Apr 2019 5:47PM
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Rest in Peace HG

McNaughtical
NSW, 889 posts
6 Apr 2019 6:38AM
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What wonderful tributes to a truly loved man.
The world is poorer for his loss.

seabird
QLD, 221 posts
6 Apr 2019 8:09PM
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I had the pleasure of speaking with HG on one occasion, sad to hear of his passing.
I enjoyed his posts
RIP Hayden

Rather than sunset which leads to darkness here is a sunrise which gives light and hope.







Bristolfashion
VIC, 475 posts
12 Apr 2019 7:43PM
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PhoenixStar
QLD, 472 posts
14 Apr 2019 7:15PM
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Wont be the same without him, that's for sure.

spongeblob
NSW, 208 posts
16 Apr 2019 1:06AM
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I hadn't heard from Haydn for 12 months or so,
he was always happy to talk and listen.
His encouragement and friendship shall not be forgotten.
Sad news.

Sectorsteve
NSW, 2003 posts
3 May 2019 3:26AM
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Haydn was keen on some insulation and I offered to send it to him as the place in warriewood wouldn't ship. We talked a lot on the phone about this and I was ready to do it but then he stopped calling about it. I started to wonder about him, especially after he posted a "novel" about his life on sea breeze, only to delete it within 5 minutes.
I read the whole thing and it concerned me.
I've realised after losing a few friends here and there to suicide recently, that mental health is a huge issue that has a stigma. We seem to shy away from people with "mental" problems.
Always better to check in on these people and I'm kicking myself I didn't with HG.
A kind word, or better, an ear to let someone in need know that someone cares. It could make a difference. A little love goes a long way and it spreads x
RIP Haydn. May you he at peace. X


McNaughtical
NSW, 889 posts
3 May 2019 11:49PM
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Sectorsteve said..
Haydn was keen on some insulation and I offered to send it to him as the place in warriewood wouldn't ship. We talked a lot on the phone about this and I was ready to do it but then he stopped calling about it. I started to wonder about him, especially after he posted a "novel" about his life on sea breeze, only to delete it within 5 minutes.
I read the whole thing and it concerned me.
I've realised after losing a few friends here and there to suicide recently, that mental health is a huge issue that has a stigma. We seem to shy away from people with "mental" problems.
Always better to check in on these people and I'm kicking myself I didn't with HG.
A kind word, or better, an ear to let someone in need know that someone cares. It could make a difference. A little love goes a long way and it spreads x
RIP Haydn. May you he at peace. X



Steve,
Are you saying that Hadyn took his life? I wasn't aware of this. If this is true this is even way sadder. If this is true that will be 2 of my friends from here lost this way.
I agree with you so much about chidcking in on peop;e and being a listening ear. You never know when you may save a life.
It can be a lonely world.

southace
QLD, 3998 posts
4 May 2019 5:36AM
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McNaughtical said..

Sectorsteve said..
Haydn was keen on some insulation and I offered to send it to him as the place in warriewood wouldn't ship. We talked a lot on the phone about this and I was ready to do it but then he stopped calling about it. I started to wonder about him, especially after he posted a "novel" about his life on sea breeze, only to delete it within 5 minutes.
I read the whole thing and it concerned me.
I've realised after losing a few friends here and there to suicide recently, that mental health is a huge issue that has a stigma. We seem to shy away from people with "mental" problems.
Always better to check in on these people and I'm kicking myself I didn't with HG.
A kind word, or better, an ear to let someone in need know that someone cares. It could make a difference. A little love goes a long way and it spreads x
RIP Haydn. May you he at peace. X



Steve,
Are you saying that Hadyn took his life? I wasn't aware of this. If this is true this is even way sadder. If this is true that will be 2 of my friends from here lost this way.
I agree with you so much about chidcking in on peop;e and being a listening ear. You never know when you may save a life.
It can be a lonely world.


I believe he passed due to lung cancer although not confirmed.

twodogs1969
NSW, 882 posts
4 May 2019 9:45AM
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southace said..

McNaughtical said..


Sectorsteve said..
Haydn was keen on some insulation and I offered to send it to him as the place in warriewood wouldn't ship. We talked a lot on the phone about this and I was ready to do it but then he stopped calling about it. I started to wonder about him, especially after he posted a "novel" about his life on sea breeze, only to delete it within 5 minutes.
I read the whole thing and it concerned me.
I've realised after losing a few friends here and there to suicide recently, that mental health is a huge issue that has a stigma. We seem to shy away from people with "mental" problems.
Always better to check in on these people and I'm kicking myself I didn't with HG.
A kind word, or better, an ear to let someone in need know that someone cares. It could make a difference. A little love goes a long way and it spreads x
RIP Haydn. May you he at peace. X




Steve,
Are you saying that Hadyn took his life? I wasn't aware of this. If this is true this is even way sadder. If this is true that will be 2 of my friends from here lost this way.
I agree with you so much about chidcking in on peop;e and being a listening ear. You never know when you may save a life.
It can be a lonely world.



I believe he passed due to lung cancer although not confirmed.


He had cancer

DAMA
QLD, 218 posts
4 May 2019 4:36PM
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Donk107
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4 May 2019 4:44PM
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