We arrived at around 11 AM yesterday to a familiar sound. WECATCHEM’s “trusty W” idling in the covered marina. I can not tell you what a smile that put on my ears. OK, I just did. The rain gods dumped on us all the way up and throughout the day we had small chances to get in the boats and run around and then speed back to the Marina. But, the good news is that according to the Jersey Weather gods, they may have unloaded all there stuff yesterday. There were moments of sunshine happening for sure.
Stinky is alive and well. No leaks, or major issues. Which is crazy since we have not really done a whole lot with her. I will add, that everyone has fallen in love with her. Add true to her name, she does have a certain scent. But it must make someone smile, cause everyone does.
No one wants her restored. Including me. She has had a valve job and carb, distributor, and complete wiring harness so she is safe..ish…
WECATCHEM. I am not sure words can express what this boat “Junk” is like. To say she is flawless is not the right word, because her finish and attention to detail is so over the top it just… well… POPS? not the right word. The Katzs Gang killed it. The photos kidna tell. But once we can get some good sun rise photos, that will help.
The show. It’s supposed to be a little wet this AM and then me a beautiful day on the lake. There is a great number of boats in the show and folks have been calling the marina all week asking about the boats and if they will be ready. They will be and at the show today and leaving around 3 for a 7 hr drive to Reedville. What could possibly go wrong. AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH