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Discussion in 'The Tiki Bar' started by dwna1a, Mar 18, 2023.
Just an early photo, I was taking a break and sipping some bourbon. Grays Creek Marina
Nuthin pretty around Michigan. Everything still looks dead. Kind of depressing, actually. 27° and snow flurries predicted today.
Nice scene to sip some bourbon and relax too. Possibly a nice cigar as well. Don't you just love the Chesapeake, I know I do.
Im sorry JC. If it helps it’s been blowing a gale on every day I have had time for the boat.
Sky, I’ve never moved more than 20 miles away from the James River, I don’t know if I even could.
Earlier, with the windchill it felt like 10 degrees.
We feed the homeless every third Saturday of the month. I smoked 16 pork shoulders.
Indianapolis was not ready for a little snow this morning. The highway was icy and slippery and we saw seven different accidents on the way downtown. They did not salt last night.
Why would you want to. It's paradise here in and around the Chesapeake.
On my drive up to Michigan this morning
The Lake of the Ozarks hosts a "Shootout" every year. The chamber of commerce claims it is the largest boat race in the world. Anyway, we see a lot of those on the highway on the way to our lake around the Shootout dates. I will say, seeing a pontoon break 100 MPH is quite the spectacle.
Not enough likes.
65 years on the Bay for me, generations of my families. From dead risers to buy boats, sail and power. All the way to battleships built in Newport News. But I see photos from the folks up on the Great Lakes, Delaware, Keys, and the West Coast. Beautiful emerald waters, all we have is brown silted waters.
What are you asking tech
Just wondering where in Delaware are these "Beautiful emerald waters"?
He's questioning that you posted Delaware as a beautiful water spot. While there is some nice spot's in Delaware like Rehoboth area, there isn't much to do boating wise in and around Delaware. I have a few friends from Delaware and they all have there boats in my marina because there is no boating, other then a pontoon boat, in the Rehoboth.
Now you also mentioned the Key's, not a place that a lot of people keep large boats in. That said it's absolutely beautiful to boat in and around. But it's more like a destination, much like the Bahama's are.
Now you also mentioned West coast. From a boating perspective I would love to spend a summer up north on the west coast. Lot's of cruising up there.
Baring the keys and Bahama's, I'll take where we are any day of the week.
At a little brew pub in evergreen Colorado
As pretty as Colorado is, my lungs can't handle it.
I can validate how brown and dirty the James River is having spent many years boating in it, and tying up on the shore spending the day in the water drinking.
Puget Sound/San Juan Islands. Never from my own boat, but cruising around on the ferries. My hope is to drag the Sundancer up to Mukilteo and spend a few weeks cruising through the islands.
Yeah, that would be something a trip of memories for sure. I would love to that but would be a little tough to get mine up there ...