The heat here in Virginia has chilled out..a bit. At least its not so hot you feel like you are in an incinerator when you step outdoors. We also have our kids dogs here so time on Sweet Pea is best, since the claws of a larger dog would devastate WECATCHEM’s brite work. So slow rides out to the bay for swimming and enjoying the last bit of summer is the rule of the day.

Lots of whining thats for sure

LOTS of complaining about being stuck on the boat

Dogs and boats!


Come on!

NOPE! She didn’t want to go in..again. It would have been one hell of a jump shot thats for sure.

So back to a nice slow ride home

Some tunes, and some NOS cushions

And of course no day is complete without…

The Tow of Shame. The Boatress’s SEA PRO seems to be having electrical issues. Some sort of corroded wire no doubt. We sadly never use the boat, and WECATCHEM seems to be the reliable one this year. Anyone want a SEA PRO 17 with 90 HP. VERY VERY LOW hrs

Showing a tow shot is always a good way to sell a boat!

OH? mmm almost forgot.. VOTE FOR SWEET PEA In the fantastic LAKE TAHOE SHOW. CLICK HERE. 

THIS SWEET PEA. Not the other one. I see a copyright issue about to happen! HA

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10 Responses to “Lazy Days Are The Best Days, Especially On The Water”
  1. Murdock

    Lots and lots and lots of boat dogs this year at the marina. No cats strangely enough……..hhmmmm.
    Did you know cats can swim?
    This one whispered to me and said “You ever let my humans stick me on this POS floating aluminum beer can again and I’ll take a bite out of your kidney. I only chew wooden boats”.
    Duly noted RinTinTin…….

  2. John Rothert

    Cast my vote for Sweet Pea…a real winner no matter the results!

    John in Va.

  3. Mike

    That is a Great picture on the header! That is canvas-worthy, shirt-worthy. Nice shot…..

    • Troy in ANE

      I think we ALL know which pic I would have chosen for the header!

  4. floyd r turbo

    I would think the dogs would be hard on the varnish and upholstery. How do you protect the boat?