Washing Your Boat Can be Much More Interesting If You Use Your Imagination.
Get all that nasty stuff off you dirty boat!
Don’t think washing a boat can be exciting? Well, read on! I will add, it’s not the size of your sponge, but taking your time, and caressing your craft with love and tenderness. Maybe talk to with your loved one while filling the bucket, and spraying the hose?
Your relationship can be fun on dry land as well.
Maybe offer to pick her up near the water. Don’t just wait at the top of the ramp and honk your horn.
The good stuff happens at the barn!
Soapy warm suds.
Oh polishing that Graves Plating Chrome!
We even shot this video.
That was good! Smoke anyone?
Safe in the barn – wait, you’re watching that video again arn’t you?
Still watching the video? I could post a photo of a my pretty pony and you would not even notice
And since we are equal opportunity offenders, here is a vintage Pepsi Commercial for our Women readers.
Going to try again to post a pic. I am slowly making process fabricating and dry fitting the outer planks. I can't beat the cold weather in time to use adhesives so I am satisfied to dry fit, gap and pre-drill so all will be ready come April. Over the winter I will finish all the side planking, finish bolting the chines to the frames, and get the solid […]
AB and the Boston boat are truly high end examples of CC's best work.....and no serious takers....sign of the times I guess...but what nice boats...thanks to you both for your stewardship and courage.John in Va.Statistics: Posted by jfrprops — Tue Nov 21, 2017 8:54 pm […]
I had American Beauty on the market this past summer. A number of prop kickers, but not one that was interested enough to even come and look at her. Then again I have decided my next one is not going to be wood, even though I LOVE them.Statistics: Posted by tkhersom — Tue Nov 21, 2017 8:01 pm […]
aHH! Great Boat....but I am 70 also....not for me.among us old guys we would likely all think that a fair price for such a well maintained classic....but the sad fact is that the market is almost nonexistent especially when one of your big priorities is to see her go to a caring and competent home.I sold my cruiser, granted not as nice as yours, after 15 yea […]
I've been living this unfortunate reality for quite a while now trying to move my 67 40ft Corinthian FBSF, which I have owned for over 3o years. You post the price you really feel its worth, but the reality of the number of those remaining in the market who can actually deal with these beauties is dwindling quickly. If the right guy comes along, at age […]
TroyI get the same result if I go to the thread and without specifying the last post. The first page comes up, pictures and all, but that is all I can access. Previously I could click on the little boxes that numbered the pages and the site would go directly there, but not any more. Don't know how to post a link but it is called 'Honey, have you fi […]
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