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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Half Off, Apr 1, 2007.
First in on our dock. Rained all weekend. We didn't care.
That is one lonely picture..... :smt009
But it has got to be peacefull. :grin:
Sure looks good sitting there though! :thumbsup:
Nothing wrong with it from where I'm sitting. :thumbsup:
Good for you.
Someone has to be the first one in right?! :thumbsup:
Enjoy the peace and quiet you have for the time being! :grin:
looks awesome! And rain never stopped me from enjoying just being on my boat
Now how do we know that this picture wasn't taken last fall and you were really the Last one Out.....hmmmmm.... :grin:
Looks great....enjoy the season...
Probably the only time I can say that I have the biggest boat at our dock. :thumbsup:
Great picture! I'm glad your being proactive with the fenders. :grin: Boat looks great.
Looks nice, and how I wish it was me. :smt001
Maytag man myself. :grin:
Hey, your boating Mon. Great inspiration for the rest of us that are still waxing.
I think I've been there before :grin:
Saw your boat is still there. When do you dunk her?
Anytime after this weekend................got new boot stripes put on yesterday, looks alot better
This is a great part of boating season. No crowds. We stayed in, got her recommissioned three weeks ago, and have put 10 hours on the thundering cathedrals of torque.
On the way to a 150 hour season, I hope.
We may have jumped the gun a week too early. Forecast for the rest of this week is highs in the 40's, lows in the 20's. Water temp last weekend was 53 so hopefully we will be OK. :smt017 :huh:
I am just down stream in the Quad Cities. We put our boat in last Saturday. Now this morning I headed to the boat in 23 degree air to re-winterize part of the water system. The transom shower and the anchor wash down were my fears. I disconnected the water line from the tank and pumped two gallons of pink stuff through these faucets. I know I shouldn't but I put a trouble light with a rough service bulb in the engine compartment. I had no idea the water was over 40 degrees let alone over 50!
We will hit 25 tonight. I went to the marina, turned on the heat, and let the pressure out of my fresh water lines. She will be just fine. C'mon, Spring. Don't tease us like this.
I called my marina this morning (I'm 2.5 hours away) to get their opinion on this weather. Much to my delight they had already put a heater in my engine compartment yesterday. This will be my first full season at this marina (Dubuque Yardarm) and I think I am going to sleep a whole lot better knowing they take care of their customers.
I agree Skip. C'mon, Spring!!