This is a story of a Restoration

I restored this boat from April 2006 to October 2008. You will need to go to the very bottom, October 2008, to find the biginning. See blog archive on the right side.















Monday, May 10, 2010

My Boat in Texas





8 comments:

The Crash Test Dummy said...

Your old boat sure is loverly in Texas!!!!

OldBoatGuy said...

Thanks for all your comments, Crash. You must have had a St George weekend.

hlyschaeffer said...

Good to see you came home with another trophy, better be careful your mantle will be full if you keep this up!

zanykitchencook said...

That is a NEAT boat, and it floats. Remarkable. Mark mentioned that he might be interested in doing something like that. Just a thought at the moment. Just a few days until he can say, "I did it, I retired."

OldBoatGuy said...

Hi Angela, thanks for stopping by.

Mark Brown said...

Very cool old boat and cool guy! I am also very much a fan of classic boats. Though a friend recently got me hooked on cabin cruisers and ocean yachts. I don't own one yet but I'm planning to get one in the near future. I'm actually searching for affordable ocean yachts for sale and scouting for the best venue to make the deal. From my friend's advise, it is best to research on the web first and go to boat shows before making a business deal.

Nice to see you with another trophy. Keep it up!

OldBoatGuy said...

Thanks, Mark. I know nothing about yachts. My inland boating doesn't have room for large boats. But they are certainly spectacular. Good luck. And thanks for stopping by. Arlon

Mark Brown said...

I am sure they are indeed spectacular. Good luck to you too!

Happy boating!