The Reason I Bought This Boat
Sitting on the aft deck, drinking a Corona, after a long day sanding and oiling the boat…that’s the good stuff. We’ve made amazing progress in the last week or two. KJ’s really starting to be serious eye-candy with all of the attention to detail she’s been getting. It’s funny how the more you do, the more the little things that still need doing pop out at you.
We donated a three hour cruise to the Kiwanis auction the other night and I was very pleased with the amount she made for the club. She is absolutely available for charters, with captain or bareboat, so c’mon people ~ tell everyone you know! I’d love to see her getting out even more frequently.
We’re heading to Seattle again for 4-5 days this week; it’ll save Brock the commute and will give us a change of scenery. We’ll be helping with the annual Canal Clean-up in Portage Bay, me and a couple of friends in kayaks and Brock in an Argosy boat. We’ll be hitting the Ballard Locks at about a -3.5 tide, so the lift should about 23′. I’ll post pics, of course.
I well understand just how wonderful that feels.
Wow don`t she look nice!
I can only hope that one day, one of these scows could looks so pretty.Umm..cervesa por favor?T