Sometimes the best part of classic boating is sitting in the boat house with some tunes and just laboring on your boat. And that’s exactly what I did yesterday morning before a nice cruise. I had ordered a quart of Post war Blue Engine paint from Van Ness Engineering which showed up earlier in the week. I never do the spray, something about the control of the brush and ability to lay it on thick.
Now, I am not fooling myself here, the W is going to need to be rebuilt this winter, so in a way I am just making her look nice, and also if its clean, I can spot issues quicker. Small leaks and blow by show up on a cleaned up engine. Not to mention, we live in brackash water and its always a good idea to keep things clean and covered.
This upcoming week, WECATCHEM will be seen by throngs of hundreds at the Reedville Classic Boat Show. But first we will get a little cruising in. And of course your wondering about Kelsy and her Costalamel Tank Top.
While I labordayed on the Engine, Kelsy who is a model in New York, Atlanta and other places, represents Costalamel Tank Tops and loves the brand. So if she is wearing it, she is in a sense also laboring on Labor Day! See, everyone labored in a way. Except Murphy. And clearly Oreo, who slepted the entire trip!