It was a small turnout but quality people,boats,the photography staff was at its finest as you can see,,the tractor loading and unloading,and our person frogs to put boats on and off trailers,mark and eric also did a very good job,
Your pic are great of DONS AND JACKIES HERTERS but no one realize how perfect it is,it is a must see,,and of course BIG SPLASH ,NOT REAL NAME YET Dels spaceship is remarkable,.....it is hard to realize the work in those 2 boats til you do one,
and a thanks to JIM the owner of the pub and he was the organizer all I did. was try to get the word out ..THANKS TO and we had a decent weather day considering BILL
It's amazing the work and effort put in rebuilding all those boats. Bill, Don and Dell work magic to perfection. I on the other hand am a neophyte shade tree, don't hold a candle to 'em.
Some pictures of "Space Cadet" and his "Royal Flush". George Jetson forgot where he parked it.
Thanks for the picture of our new Norwegian Nomad friends John & Shilo.
John & Shilo are locals and came up to the Island to check out the Glassics and do some wake boarding. The 1991 Ski Brendella was a perfect platform for the action shots. I tried to convince John his boat was a actually a “Late Classic” according ACBS but like many others he did not agree with the categorization. John is now considering restoring a finned Classic Glass boat for skiing.
Byron’s 1965 Seafair Sedan with rarely seen white on white color scheme.
I once heard someone say "a boat show aint a boat show til somebody gets towed in". Good to see you again Byron and thanks for coming down.
There was a woody outbound their but it hit the lake before I thought about grabbing a picture. It was a twin cockpit with what looked like a mid 50’s Johnson... the engine was painted non traditional colors, so I was thinking the size looked closer to a 15hp rather than the larger version like those green or rust colored motors. The boat didn’t show a name. I am sure all would love to see some wooden boats! I am a big fan!!
Thanks Terry for posting an action shot, I rarely get to see how cool the sedan really looks flying across the water at 40mph. It was definitely a memorable show for the family, seeings we had to be towed in from clear across the lake trying to beat a thunder storm.
On another note I'm sure you will be glad to hear the sedan will be my only show boat, as I sold my Jetflite this last week end.