Today is the official Woody Boater day of foolish things we have done this past year. For example. Buying an old Marine Railway. Owning old wood boats, including one I sold once years ago, and have no business owning again. Buying a new truck during a pandemic where you basically have to pay retail. Getting a puppy, that’s nuts, and losing weight so I couldn’t claim being fat to get a vaccine. Oh, and this was just December 2020. I have 11 months more of foolish things to brag about.
Getting a new engine after getting a new engine. Renovating an office no one has been in for over a year. As you can tell, these are not the usual left the drain plug out stuff. Starting the boat in gear. Purell stains on new varnish. Breaking down and calling Jimmy one too many times so my wife now just blurts out. Call Jimmy for anything.
The railway alone has an entire slew of dumb stuff embedded in the process. The Railway is kinda a large umbrella of foolishness. And to be honest, that’s the joy of it all. Ya gotta stay nuts, as it’s been said, I would rather be doing something foolish, than nothing at all. So here is the that one day a year we can look back and say. ya. I did that. Cool!
Wow, this is some sort of group therapy thing. Come on and join the fun. Trust me it feels good to expel your foolishness here. Don’t worry, it’s just us other fools. It’s understood we are all idiots. Owning a boat that may or may not float!