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Posted By: John Milliman For Mike R - Sun May 24 2020 03:35 PM
Mike R,

Here are the videos I shot on our run to Cobb Island:

Mike 1 [stovebolt.com]
Mike 2 [stovebolt.com] Cool how we got the St. Clements Island and the Blackistone Island Lighthouse [en.wikipedia.org] in the background of this one smile
Mike 3 [stovebolt.com]

The others might enjoy seeing a gorgeous Classic Whaler on on a gorgeous So. Maryland day, tearing up the Potomac River. smile
Posted By: Mike Roache Re: For Mike R - Sun May 24 2020 04:26 PM
Those were cool videos, Thank You!! The one with The Blackistone Light was really nice. I like the exploring part of these cruises. Kayla enjoyed the ride also. Loved the video of your newly refinished console. dance
Posted By: John Milliman Re: For Mike R - Sun May 24 2020 05:56 PM
You need some new pictures, Don ...
Posted By: ndkid275 Re: For Mike R - Sun May 24 2020 06:23 PM
I agree!
Posted By: ndkid275 Re: For Mike R - Sun May 24 2020 11:18 PM
I will try to swing by.... I think I have a truck to look at......?
Posted By: Bill Marlow Re: For Mike R - Tue May 26 2020 09:44 AM
It looks like you guys had a great time out there with the Whalers. I'm Jelly.
Tell Kayla I said whateeeever!
Beautiful day for sure.
Posted By: amtrakjoe Re: For Mike R - Tue May 26 2020 11:01 AM
Great day out there. Mike your boat looks to be set up nicely.
Posted By: 53 green 1- ton Re: For Mike R - Tue May 26 2020 06:28 PM
Unless those watercraft are powered by Stovebolt engines this is not the place to post.
MODERATORS, MODERATORS,, where are you? “ oh” they posted to this thread!
Nevermind! eeeek
I can’t believe how stable the vid’s are! Looks like fun! At least Kalya was getting a good breeze.
Posted By: Mike Roache Re: For Mike R - Wed May 27 2020 02:56 AM
Yes She was!! We call her the 1st mate. She really enjoys going out on the boat. I was younger than her when my father bought that boat brand new. That boat was bought somewhere around 1973 or 74.
Posted By: Bill Marlow Re: For Mike R - Wed May 27 2020 09:33 AM
Sorry Jim, this moderator APPROVES! grin
I spent many a summer on a Whaler like John's soooooo, post away smirk boys!
But, a Stovebolt inboard in a Sakonnet…...now that would be something.
See, you made this thread even more legit!
Posted By: Pat66 Re: For Mike R - Wed May 27 2020 03:51 PM
Jim, i am pretty sure there was a 66 stovebolt parked at lighthouse
Posted By: Hambone Re: For Mike R - Wed May 27 2020 04:40 PM
The 66 and 49 are parked in the garage formerly occupied by the whaler. Both 66 and 49s are stovebolts.
Posted By: John Milliman Re: For Mike R - Fri May 29 2020 02:44 PM
The 66, being quite a capable 4x4 machine, still isn't capable enough to drive to *that* lighthouse ... nanner

James, we call them "Whalerbolts" which is how we legitimize them for the site. Sortta kinda like Fordbolts, Dodgebolts, Harleybolts, etc. And yes, the videographer *did* do an amazing job (except for the extended cut of the console ...). But I think credit has to also go to the stable platform of the *smirkless* Classic Whaler hull, as well as the nearly flat water out there. smile

Besides all that -- the rules only apply to *you* not to *me.* Do as I say, not as I do, Ja?

Remember, if it isn't smirkless, its just another boat. nanner nanner nanner nanner nanner nanner
Posted By: 53 green 1- ton Re: For Mike R - Sat May 30 2020 01:54 PM
Whalerbolts?? .........Seriously!
..........The wordsmith is at it again!
Posted By: John Milliman Re: For Mike R - Sat May 30 2020 02:46 PM
It's my party and I'll cry if I want to, cry if I want to, cry if I want to ...

(You would cry too if it happened to you ...)

[elvis]
Posted By: hardshell Re: For Mike R - Mon Jun 08 2020 01:31 AM
Just about anyone can drive a boat. The big question is how many fish did you catch?

Jim
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