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Discussion in 'The Tiki Bar' started by Steve S, May 17, 2019 at 7:25 AM.
I will go with true.
If it flies, floats, f****, or bucks, rent it!
Reminds me of the saying;
"If you want to make a small fortune in the restaurant or airline business, start with a large one."
HA!! This couldn't be more true for me this season,...not even in the water yet.
My father used to say the same thing - very true!
Just a slightly different take in a past hobby of mine...
"It's easy to make a small fortune in racing.
Start with a big one."
Ive always heard the joke of when are the two happiest times in a boat owners life? The day he bought it...etc.
Personally I don’t remember a time in my life when I didn’t have a great time on the water. From being a kid growing up in the islands to living in Florida. From skiing behind a sea doo to diving off a 46 Bertram. With an elementary schooler now the time we spend on the water, taking trips, camping or learning about nature is the best gift I can give to my family. No doubt it costs a sh!t ton but I cant think of a better way to spend time with family and friends.
Go big or go home !!!
So many hobbies are like this, but in continuing the cliches:
All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy...
This reminds me of the Renting Versus Buying thread.
You know it’s not safe to swim in a marina, right?
Salt water... Is a whole lot safer than fresh water.
Mark, if that's you, you are a crazy MoFo! I remember my years in the sound and I think winter to summer the water temp warmed from 52 to 56 degrees. Just looking at that makes my chinkys shrivel up.
Yes, that's me and in July in a shallow marina the water wasn't too bad...
Ya, take a chance and go for it.
My marina is pretty shallow. I’d come out with a face full of oyster shells or a concussion.
Were you swimming around, looking for open holding tank seacocks? Each their own I guess. My inner neurotic-ism (is thst a word??) would be off the charts!