Well, I hope you are finished with that winter project from last year, because it’s time to show off. OK, so it took a little longer than you thought, and you have just stuck your new fresh built boat in the water once. It’s time to see how you did compared to the other 50 folks out there just like you on the east coast.. OK southern coast… OK … Lake Guntersville……You are invited to a Gathering of about 50 Glen-L boat builders and more than 20 boats next weekend (Oct. 24-26) at Lake Guntersville, Alabama (near Huntsville) Click Here For info. Bring some glue and a can of varnish. Just a hunch! Might come in handy… Wooohooo, were still woody boat’n somewhere in this land!
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