Dogone honey do list put me on hold for a few weeks. Doing some landscaping around the house, took a tumble and dislocated the left shoulder with a small fracture. Four hours later and a painful trip to ER I'm back on the mend but with one wing in a sling and limited to movement not only the honey do list is stopped but also any work on my Lone Star. I can putz around with minor things though.
Damn Cal, soooo sorry to hear that! Now your starting to sound like me and my projects!!!!!! Get well soon and take it easy!! Sorry I'm a ways off from ya but if there's anything I can do please let me know.
If you are looking for something to do the Saturday after this one, the Thompson Boat Rally is up in your neighborhood in Marinette. I will be there with my Thompson with your nephew's 115 hp merc on it. Hope to see you and anyone else for a weekend of fun and B.S.
I know where that is. If we're not up in Bovey MN. at the sister in laws' I'll be there. Brother in law (77) not in good health and the admiral wants to head up there sometime soon. Maybe this weekend so that will free up next weekend.
Chances are looking god that I'll be there. Doing therapy on the shoulder for the next six weeks. Doc says Wi has no restrictions on driving with an arm in a sling but to stay out of his neighborhood Don't really need the sling but it garners a lot of sympathy
Taking an eight hour run to northern MN with the motor home is stretching it. I'll convince the powers that the weekend of the 4th would be better.
It was great to finally meet you. We had a great turn out. I would imagine the perfect weather helped with that. As you can see, the motor looks and runs great. We ended up with 34 boats with 7 going on our "parade" over to the harbor in Menominee and back. That is a little more open water than I am used to on the Mississippi, but all of the boats did just fine.
Thank your nephew again for me and let him know the motor went to a good place.
Also good meeting you and Andreas. Nice to have a real person behind these posts.
That open water is what is normal for us in this area that's why I have to chuckle when someone makes a comment about how rough the water was on some little man-made lake. There are times usually in the evening about 7pm when the Bay of Green gets mirror flat.