You boys talking about boats or houses?!
Just joking, I remember my first bass boat close to forty years ago--it was a Bomber and lived up to its name. Then I went to a ProCraft
that honestly met all my needs but a man ran a red light on my way home from tournament and me and the blazer made it through but I knew something was wrong when the Pro Craft passed me without the trailer--stopped 2 feet from gas pump at convenience store(there was one of those guardian angels sitting on it). Next was 21' center console called an American Chief
which let me fish inshore and fresh water--don't know if they still make them. My Dad and I bought a fiberglass crappie master
together that hauled more fish home than it was suppose to. In the midst of that the factory burned and BPS replaced it with a aluminum version. Finally, I bought a Skeeter
that was the boat of my dreams until a friend won a Ranger Comanche
at Buckarama and convinced me I needed it more than he did. Looked just like the one Orlando Wilson won all those tournaments in--thought there was something to it since the first tournament I entered I won the tournament and big fish prize. Paid one payment in one day. Next I sold my offshore boat. slowed down and converted a 16' aluminum welded boat into my version of bass boat and I'm still fishing in it but the moral of this story is: "My wife finally has a house to live in just like she always wanted!"
Now that you mention it, just the other night she said something about "skeeters" on the lake--maybe she was giving me a HINT! Where did you say they make those "Skeeters?
" Can you get one with a BIG YAMAHA THAT SPITS WATER WAY UP IN THE AIR
? Uncle Tom
"Yes dear, I'm coming--just talking to the fellas!