Reedville Marine Railway Featured At Lake Tahoe Show!
After a week of moving all the stuff from the railway to Lake tahoe, we are ready to be judged. Wait, sorry, the headline may be a tad off. The VIRTUAL Tahoe Show. I will say, I applaud the folks at the Tahoe Show for having some fun with the Virtual Show and and adding some new stuff to the hell we have all been dealing with. Here in Virginia, we are starting to see a spike in COVID cases. And making this even virtual was the right call.
It’s kinda funny seeing the Railway there, and yet, it does fit. Pushing the concept of Virtual to its edge. The question I have is where is the line? Could we enter a very cool Cushion? A Collection.. Bill Anderson? The the Virtual Show open up a different kind of collective show that embraces all the wonders of our sport, community, universe?
If you think about it, shows are like this, you get to take tours of the area, and other cool things, rides, food, and the ability to take in the gestalt of it all. Big word for a little brain like mine egh? Oh I am so much more than Ball and Nut jokes. Okay, maybe not.
IF YOU WANT TO SEE MORE ABOUT THE TAHOE VIRTUAL BOAT SHOW AND HOW THE RAILWAY FITS, CLICK HERE!!!!
Lookin good Matt!
Railway pics look great.
You should be a shoe in for the “Self Owned Marine Railway” catigory.
But watch out for those judges.
Great job at the railway but Troy never fails and ups the anty.
Looking great thanks for sharing.
there have been lots of saggy boats on that railway…but watch out for Troy’s saggy judge.
things looking fine in Reedville…VA
John in Va
That microphone shadow is a bit deceptive… The Railway is looking great!
I hadn’t looked that close to even see the mic shadow!
Matt the Railway looks absolutely wonderful. What a beautiful building filled with beautiful things it is. Art direction on a grand scale. And as Troy says you’re a sure bet for ‘Self owned Marine Railway’.
And it’s women like that, that cry “you were looking at my breasts” double standard
Thank God for double standards.
The railway looks great Matt! Your eye for detail is damn fine!