Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Another Boat Post?


Yes. It is another boat photo. Where do you think we live? New York City?

I don't know if this boat was heading to the shop for repair or just going in for a spring cleaning, but it will soon be back in the water in time for fishing season.

This is a charter fishing boat (we call 'em head boats). We have some of the best fishing around these parts. Our head boat captains know their stuff, and will be happy to show you some of our best fishing spots. Well, we keep a few of them secret.

This site is not uncommon around a working water town. See that line of cars(I think there is a total of seven)? That is a traffic jam in Crisfield. But all that stress does not bother us at all!

2 comments:

Loida of the 2L3B's said...

is that the boat that capsized on the street where the two guys trying to un-capsize it?

pls don't laugh at me.. it there a boat that can capsize on the street..?

does boat capsizing only happens on water?

anyway, pls answer me on the first one.. :)
thanks..

Patty said...

Lordy Loida! You need to stop working so hard. This boat was just on its way to the repair shop or going in for a spring cleaning. It will be back in the water soon.

It has nothing to do with the other boat. The other boat was at our marina. It had been abandoned, and since no one claimed it, they tried to sell it. No one wanted it so they ripped it up(see the middle photo) and hauled it off.

No. You can't capsize on land. You have to be in the water to capsize. A boat can fall off a trailer on land while being transported. That is called, "0ops!" But this boat made its way safely to its destination.

I just thought the guy riding on the top made for a cute photo.

On the boat on the ground, it got there because they hauled it out of the water and pulled it there to begin tearing it up.