That must of been a Male Plane, with two balls hanging.
Fack. I just searched “boat” in my google photo account....... no wonder I’m fkn broke!
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Lmfao.. I forgot about a few of those.. me(in the blue hat) convincing the "ford guy" that if the distributor was in the back it would run better.. also the day I figured out 460s have entirely too many firing orders..
Last pic is day 1 of the hydro on the river. Interesting day to say the least. Somewhere, someone, has a picture of my mom in it with me just before she passed away. I gotta find that pic!
Great thread, I needed this today. I had one of those tahiti's. At the same time I had a Baca painted Sanger flat bottom.
After while the flat got left behind, and the Tahiti got used more. It was always full of beer and mostly naked drunk chics. Good times on that boat.
The soil around Naci, and most California lakes, is a clay based soil. It's really only the desert lakes that have sand bottoms and banks. We you grow up going boating on a mid bottom lake, washing your feet is a habit and no big deal to get everyone to do so before getting in the boat. That's why I laugh whenever river only people bitch about keeping sand out of their boats. It's not a big deal to wash off before getting in the boat.
Most of the boating pics are on the Willamette River in the Salem Oregon area about 45min south of Portland. A few are on the Columbia River in Portland Oregon. Heck a couple are on Lake Havasu. We do most of our boating on the Willamette cause I have 3 launches within 5min - 15min from my house.
The dune pics are a place called Sandlake just outside of Pacific City Oregon about an hour from my house.
Most all these pics are from this last summer.