TJ, we never formally got to meet each other but I appreciated the ride to the river on Saturday morning. Your boat looks great, I never realized that it was the one that had been damaged and shown here on WBP pages. I enjoyed meeting you and Miss Kelley infromally and hope to see you again and hopefully float together again.
I hear you... if we started fishing, I'd be drifting right by Randy's place and keep on going to a couple of "holes" down the river... The "guides" are going to do a little fishing upstream from our put-in and then join us for the parade - straight float to Eagle Rock... the guides will then buy their clients lunch, let them check out everything at the boat festival and then continue down river for some more "serious" fishing... (they sold that as a fund raising "package")...
Snow on melt water on ice is the worst - it cost me my 49 Ford two door convertible that had 34,000 actual miles. It was in Haines Alaska - just reminded me so much of your description. One minute things are great and the next your laying face down in the snow wondering how you could have F%#@* up your baby so completely. Anyway, glad yours was fixable - very nice job.
Thanks for the response!!!
How did you apply the primer and interlux? Which interlux did you use because your boat looks SHARP. You also wet sanded.....what was your process?? Thanks for the help!!!
I am refinishing a 16' Tatman and I hope mine looks as good as yours when I am finished. How any coats of primer and final coat did you use? Did you use interlux? Looks like a hell of a project and nicely done!