This weekend along with visiting beautiful the cool antique place in Cambridge Maryland we also stopped by Composite Yacht to look at a plastic… composite.. boat as a go to boat for Jimmy. For the record, Jimmy owns 3 or 4 woody boats. So shut up on that.. And also has a killer 1970’s Mako that’s been in his possession for a very very long time. 3 engines ago as Jimmy says.. Anyway, back to Composite Yacht. We make the drive with some of the gang here in the neighborhood. Road trips can be very contagious. Jimmy, Shaun Durand, Mark Durand, Doug Scarbourogh and I were ready to go boating asap. Despite the 7 days of rain, and cloudy weather. Martin Hardy the owner of Composite said, “wanna throw her into the water?” HELL YA!
Now.. at this point I had a horrible dilemma. Do I go out for a killer last gasp run? OR.. take pictures for all you slobs reading this now.. UGH.. So I asked.. Got a chase boat? Hell YA..
With in seconds…ish we were out on the Choptank River. Now we were in a Jones Custom dead rise. But speed was not my goal. That way, Silkie could dance around us and have some fun. I could go on and on. but honestly, the pictures tell the story better.
What an amazing day. cloudy skies, rain and a couple gallons of gas. And BAMALAMA ya got a perfect run. The cool thing is that I swear the guys at Composite had more fun than we did. Its a true Father sons deal. Custom boats, custom fun, and custom quality.