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  1. I just realized that I never posted ANY pictures of my 2004 Chaparral 215 SSi since I joined this forum. I don't have many pictures because I purchased the boat in late August, but here ya go: I've added a safety chain, new 10,000lbs. strap and a spare tire since this picture. Motor, bilge, and engine compartment are in really good condition. I would never have made this purchase if they weren't. Motor and boat only have 314 hours on them. I will post more pictures later of the cuddy, interior, and cockpit. Jake
  2. ... or as close as it gets in Florida. The first winter in my lifetime without even a flake of snow ... weird!
  3. With everyone posting pictures and videos of their excursions in a bunch of different threads, I think we need a dedicated thread for summer time pictures and videos! I'll begin! So, in June we took the Chap to the keys for the second time. This time we stayed 6 days, 5 nights and kept the Chap in a slip. We snorkeled, cruised, watched sunsets, ate out, and just had a great time! Unfortunately, my waterproof camera broke on the second day so I could only get underwater footage on the first day. So, our itinerary looked something like: Day 1) trailer down and go for a sunset cruise, Day 2) Go out to snorkel Alligator Reef and Lighthouse, Day 3) cruise around Florida Bay and relax before docking at a restaurant for dinner, Day 4) Drive 45+ miles each way on the bay and ocean to Sombrero Reef and Lighthouse, Day 5) Go back to Alligator Lighthouse and then go for a sunset cruise, Day 6) Cruise around some more and then go home! Our camera broke on day 4 right before our dive. I did make a nice video of our adventures on day 2 though! It's a little long, but it was hard to cut out a lot of footage because it is pretty good. You old guys probably won't like the first song, but around 3:30 on, the songs calm down a bit LOL. Try to watch in 1080P! People in our party did see a big reef shark and a smaller hammerhead. I didn't see either, but I did see numerous nurse sharks. Like usual, the sharks are disinterested and very used to divers/snorkelers and know that we are neither food, nor a threat. Anyways, here are some additional pictures! Our boats little brother Alligator Lighthouse Our 2130 The admiral and I at sunset
  4. Dusk is nearly the best time to be out on the boat as the lakes are starting to calm and the sky blooms all sorts of beautiful colors. Post your best sunset photos in this thread. Photos should either be taken from your boat or (bonus) include your boat. Here are two I snapped on Monday night (I wanted to get a photo of the whole boat in a shot, but the water is still too freakin' cold!):
  5. Here are some pics from our long (in miles) short (in time) trip to Cobourg Ontario Canada ... Cobourg Marina and Heritage Harbour panorama, a bit misleading 270 degree view of the site (click on the image to enlarge) ...
  6. Sorry for the double post but editing the contents -- this is Part 2 USS LST-325, the only remaining active WW2 LST craft that docked at Decatur the weekend of July 4 to open for tours. I recommend the tour if you ever get a chance - they don't make 'em like that anymore.... Lake Guntersville between Guntersville, Alabama and Scottsboro, Alabama -- a sailing club regatta and a couple of sunset shots as we headed back to the dock and to home. http://youtu.be/Nizho77bDw4 Last sunset shot - not the Tennessee - Sunset shot on Grace Bay, Providenciales Island, Turks & Caicos where the Admiral and I celebrated our 30th anniversary. A GREAT trip if you are looking for a quiet trip with no bars, nightlife, casinos, or hustle-bustle of thousands of Europeans. Maximum chill time is the watchword....
  7. A few pics from a typical day aboard the Pura Vida on the Tennessee. Shots are from Lake Pickwick between Memphis and Florence, Lake Wheeler between Florence and Decatur, and Lake Guntersville outside of Scottsboro, Alabama. The pictures were taken between July 4 and September 28. Second set of pictures has the same topic title but is tagged "Part 2 of 2" Atypical Lakehouses - most are much more modest than this, but we do get some statement homes Heading upriver to Florence past Natchez Trace (part of the Trail of Tears), the Bluffs of Sheffield, Alabama (my hometown) across from Florence and Oneal Bridge that connects the two cities The marina at Joe Wheeler State Park Lodge and Pura Vida docked while we go in for the seafood buffet, a view of the pool area on the waterfront at sunset
  8. We boat year round on the Tn. river but these are pics since the weather has warmed up enough to catch some real rays. We love our 310 wheteher it's on the river or in the slip. Boat people are just plain nicer!
  9. I am about to loose what is left of mind brain. I have been trying to post pictures of our boat on this web site for months. I always get SQL error every time. Now I print post and download pictures on any other web site I use. Craigslist, ebay and Facebook. Never have I had this much trouble. Please, please, please HELP.... Thanks, Perkinellis