Posted by: Tom K.
July 21, 2011

Tom K.

Slip Sliding Away

Slippery #4

It’s rare to find a boat ramp in perfect condition.  Concrete cracks and breaks apart with hot and cold temperature changes.  Wooden ramps are no better, and they ultimately rot and chip.  Any boater knows that if you add algae or seaweed a ramp can be as slippery as ice. A few weeks ago I was checking out a ramp that was new to me, and I watched a truck slide sideways while trying to…

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Posted by: Tom K.
July 7, 2011

Tom K.

Simplify Your Launch

Launch #3

Having spent a lot of my life around fresh and saltwater boat ramps, I’ve never gotten used to the cussin’, the spittin’, and the fightin’ that oftentimes comes with getting a boat off of the trailer and in the water.  Most of the frustration seems to come from a little organization and familial team play.  I admit that when I was doing all the running around my attitude needed an adjustment. The first order of…

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