There is a story of an old fashioned skill based preparatory that included hands on skills and across numerous trades with attempts to be keen and true to such’s traditions. It is that I likely would not have been prepared to enough level of detail and consideration to my defeating of the Clintons as such as it was by basically denying them the right to sound like me again if I had not at least been of my boating professionalism, however, in my years at restoring the 1968 Cal 25 acquired as named SEPTEMBER WIND in early 2001 when it was a hull afloat but to most as already ready for a boat grave yard. I did sell her and the 1971 Glastron V196 Bowrider I had also at least fully structurally restored, and I did sell them both so to at least afford the time needed to focus fully on defeating the Clintons so while of a methodology selfish some but in a defensiveness at protecting my intellectual property from misappropriation and further lesser good misuse by the Clintons.
WARNING!!! The previous owner of the restored Glastron was the DC area Alexandria, VA Daingerfield Island Potomac River Sailing Association. It was a “committee boat” at best with many many years of different operators even per day besides per week. I came cheap but then I did have to rebuild the whole boat structurally, the 1987 Johnson 70hp VRO, and as well much of the trailer it came with it that needed a new axle, springs, hubs, and wheels plus a new neck and winching poll and hitch. Oh, and new lights and some new rollers too.
I do still have the BEFORE & AFTER restoration & repair pictures posted on http://Cal25.com that were of my boat rescue and reconstruction of the 1968 vintage yacht and of it that I was sharing encouragement and pointers with others so also engaged in Cal boat projects via sites old forum. I was going to name her Hot Potato if instead of rebuilding her and selling her I had been to keeping her and depreciating her.
Here are the cover of now closed BOAT WORKS MAGAZINE and the featured READERS’ PROJECTS that inaugurated with my 1968 Cal 25 SEPTEMBER WIND boat restoration.
I hope you have enjoyed a break from reading with this pictoral sharing. Saw the BOAT SHOW sample on FOX this morning and liked all three there on the street. I haven’t located the 1975 Penguin 9482 pix that would show the BEFORE of it near when I picked it up third hand as one of the many Penquins that originally were built by the family that owned and raced them.
HAPPY WRAP TO 2013 AND GOOD CHEER FOR A NEW YEAR OF 2014.
AND WITH AN OLD ROSEBUD ARCHITECT CAPITALISM RECOVERY POEM OF 1992: