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The Road, And The River Call!
We are officially on our way, we headed out last night to get some time under our wheels, and plan on being at Lake Dora around 4-ish we hope. While all this is happening, the gang on the St johns River Cruise is enjoying the living daylights out of the perfect weather and brotherhood of the bilge! Here there are on The Dunns River near Cresent City Florida!
Weather is beautiful and the water is flat. Having a great time. Hurricane last year did some damage here.
That’s a whole lota Fun.
Thanks for the pics.
It seems to me that we need to discuss the (Bimini) top and topless boats and how they are rigged to these classic. I love riding in shade but I have never wanted the put extra hardware on my boat to secure the Bimini top.
I believe the preferred solution is to skip the canvas top and get several beautiful Polynesian women to hold a beach umbrella to block your sun and fan you with palm leaves.
It may be too late for Paul’s sunscreen.
“You can’t get this look while sitting in a F$#%@ng cubicle” – Paul Harrison
Dear god! Lobster tonight anyone?
Where is the Torpedo?
There’s only two extra pieces of hardware for our low slung bimini top. But I like the look of topless for our classics and have an internal debate with myself each time as to whether or not to put the top on the boat…I’m always grateful we put it on when the sun gets to blazing!
I sent these two pictures to Mayer last night and his response was “Both look like Staib to me.”
Who owns Razzle Dazzle? I have seen that boat before (actually I think I went for a ride on it)
I made it to Tavares, but I haven’t found the cold beer we were promised yet. I also haven’t found Jim Staib yet. Coincidence? I think not.
Looks like it is time to top off the tank🍸.
One down, reinforcements on the way.
Thanks to Chris and Julie Bullen for the great pictures. Wish we were there to enjoy the Florida sun, flat water, and the boats.
Whoohooo is right, are those Montana numbers on the boat in the Header!
That 30 Ft. Chris Craft Connie Cruiser shore looks Familiar…….
Love the Aquamarine Cabin Top …