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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by dvx216, Oct 12, 2019.
Yes it is. Just pulled mine out today, up on stands, plugged in. Next, winterize then shrink wrap and start my winter projects.
Winterized mine last week. Going to it's winter home this Thursday night. Went to Lowes today and bought Damp Rid
Mine was very short. Launched in late April. Demonstrated the boat for a prospect and his surveyor. A few days later he drove it away. The pic above is me sitting on our dock watching him leave.
I hate even thinking about it.
I might come out a little early this year. Mid November instead of Thanksgiving week. But I’m not looking forward to it.
It’s sad to say, but that photo is my all time favorite of the ones you’ve posted. Beautiful Scenery.
I winterized the boat this morning and had snow this afternoon. Time to get the snowmobiles ready.
Damned good reason to stay in Florida
Yup, it's time. I got my winterizing done, heaters positioned and turned on.
I spent an hour this afternoon cruising Lowe's website looking at their selection of snow blowers.
Monday for me.. This sux
This was last Sunday, waiting to be hauled out
Hauled her last Wednesday. Drove her onto a nifty hydraulic trailer. Miles Marine certainly are the premiere movers in the NH Lakes Region. It’ll go inside in a few weeks.
Winterized. I yanked the drives to deal with some corrosion on the lower housings ahead of the props over the winter.
Out... 38 air temp, 46 water temp. & light snow, there’s no stopping it. See you next spring
I just can’t wrap my head around this.
as a native Floridian the thought of being off the water more than a weekend makes me nauseous.
we are planning a trip for next weekend and have another trip planned for sometime in December. this is when our boating gets nice!
Pulled and winterized mine yesterday and power washed the bottom today. I’m getting too old for that.
Wrap next week and I have a runabout to do too.
Weird season this year. It took forever to start then flew.
Some of us hate you now
We normally shoot for a trip up the Hudson this long weekend but had to pass this year because of a Saturday wedding. Friday and Saturday were crappy anyway. But today made up for it. Unbelievably beautiful day on the water today.
2 weeks, 2 days, 5 hours and 51 minutes left for me.
I used to hate pulling our boat out at the end of the season. Fortunately, those days are presently in the rearview mirror. Instead, we just started a new chapter a couple of weeks ago. If it get's too chilly, we'll just go indoors now.