As some of you know, this week I was on the road to Boulder CO. The reason was to be at my oldest sons graduation from Collage. It’s strange really, I am always able to connect anything to classic boating when on the road. But this was one of those life moments where family comes first. My son has worked his but off to make it here, and I could not be more proud. He graduated from the school of journalism at CU yesterday and thanks to Texx I have been able to stumble along just doing headers. So a huge thanks to Texx for that. There are a ton of great stories that are in the works, plans for this summers events, new cool sponsors, and new boats being exposed for the first time this summer. Tomorrow we will be making the looooong run across Kansas back home to DC and finally get woody boating.
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