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post #13 of Old 05-08-2011
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Originally Posted by Sabreman View Post
I don't begrudge the work at all. If I did, then I wouldn't have a boat because I love a boat that looks nearly pristine. To me, it's a floating sculpture and I'm ok with the work to get it and keep it that way.
Very well said, Sir. I guess I must be a bit nuts, but I actually find boat work to be very relaxing. Our boat may not be pristine, but she still looks pretty nice for a 24 year old boat.

Generally, we schedule dedicated maintenance weekends. Maintenance is kept to a minimum when we go out, but as others have said, there is always something.

That said, the weather has been so crummy this year, that almost every weekend has been a maintenance weekend. It is hard to get motivated when it is p******g rain, cold, and no wind. Finally got out over Easter, with an encore last Sunday. It felt so-o-o good! If we get out every second weekend from here on, I'm a happy man.


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