Ugh, Boat Ride So Needed.

a sculpture, and it sure won’t float away

It’s that time of year. You can smell the boat ride in the air. It’s like kinda having to pee, until you get near a bathroom, and then you better run, cause its headed south fast. Your brain ..okay my brain knows its coming and starts the process. Well, it’s the same with boat rides. Yesterday, I spent the day on Jimmys Skid Steer moving stuff with Wayne. Including the Riviera down to the water where she belongs. The parking area is being prepped for a surprise for the town.

Cleaning up some more outside. 50 degrees

To the right is where the surprise is planned

Near water

Hey, at least its a picture of a boat, and not a wall!

ART of Art

11 replies
  1. Rabbit
    Rabbit says:

    Ever thought of why we say “I want to go in a boat RIDE” instead of “I want to go on a boat DRIVE”?

  2. Frank@Falmouth
    Frank@Falmouth says:

    Good observation on the Riviera helm. (Port side) Havent seen that before. Whats the hull number on that one?
    Any plans to put in a boat RAMP? Dont see easy trailer access to the water…

  3. Briant
    Briant says:

    Uh, Matt, don’t you have issues with high water sometimes? Won’t that Riviera art just float over to the neighbor’s ?

    Looks really great otherwise. You have been a busy little beaver.

  4. Mike D
    Mike D says:

    “…surprise for the town” hmmm did I miss something or will it be a surprise for us also? and how long are we going to have to wait for the announcement?

  5. Tom Gruenauer
    Tom Gruenauer says:

    Now that your tool wall is done, I would take your biggest mallet and hit the workbench pretty hard every two feet.
    This is to see if anything is going to fall on your head while working on one of your projects. The hatchet looks a bit scary.

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