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Postby CaptBob » May 13th, 2018, 10:51 pm

After what seems like an especially long hard winter here in Middle Tennessee ( I know, I know, it's fairly mild to many, but every region is accustomed to their winter....) It finally came together. I made it to the boat, fired up the genny (little leak in the strainer gasket, fixed) fired up the mains, (no problems there!) commissioned the water system, (leak in the shower... still there) commissioned the Purasan ( yup, clogged up orifice, same every year) While I was doing all that, Elaine was cleaning all the pollen off, and removing the isinglass from the helm. We slipped the lines, and headed down the creek (Drakes creek) to the river (Cumberland River, Old Hickory Lake) A mile or so down the creek, and several miles up the river,. Up on plane, gonna have to clean the bottom. (spilled the dishwater out of the sink, whoops) Back down the river, anchored out in a cove, had our dinner and a beverage or two. Elaine swam, it was cool, that coolness that you get in and then get used to. Several people tubing and sking. I laid on the newly cushy swim platform and took a nap.

It was a good day.
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Postby RGrew176 » May 13th, 2018, 11:31 pm

Glad you are in the water. Hope you have a great season and lots of fun.
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