4th of July on Lk St. Clair

4th of July on Lk St. Clair

Steve
Steve

July 9th, 2009, 4:57 pm #1

Some more pics and even captured one BEAUTIFUL 45' tournament fisherman who was near by, I think you'll recognize this one from the forum. Lookin good Terry!

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This was a sweet Constellation, 58'? maybe? Thats a lot of wood to maintain!

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Then a great looking Wheeler showed up, again, to much wood for me but pretty!

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Steve Lendzion
1969 42' Commander
Bear Z Girl
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Steve
Steve

July 9th, 2009, 5:04 pm #2

It was a great sunset to enjoy just before the fireworks began.

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And the CCC Captain with his favorite Niece.

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Steve Lendzion
1969 42' Commander
Bear Z Girl
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Steve
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July 9th, 2009, 5:40 pm #3

Some more pics and even captured one BEAUTIFUL 45' tournament fisherman who was near by, I think you'll recognize this one from the forum. Lookin good Terry!

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This was a sweet Constellation, 58'? maybe? Thats a lot of wood to maintain!

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Then a great looking Wheeler showed up, again, to much wood for me but pretty!

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Steve Lendzion
1969 42' Commander
Bear Z Girl
This guy showed up in an old woody I believe is a 1955 58', I think? It originally had a canvas salon top which was glassed over.

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We ran into this guy during our pub crawl on the water, nice but needed some love.
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And this is just plain nuts!!
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And of course the munchies on board.

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The Hatt Captain (left) and the Commander Captain arguing about who's hamburger is bigger....

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Joined: July 15th, 2005, 8:09 pm

July 9th, 2009, 7:50 pm #4


Steve,

Those are some very fine photos, I love the ones late in the afternoon where the sun is golden, gives a great feel to the water and to the boats, like the gleam off the transom of BELLA DONNA. Almost like being there!

I've added some of the other photos you've posted in another thread below, to keep em all together. Good stuff, and I did notice all the boats in the background, of that photo of you and your favorite niece! Pretty awesome boating scene up there on Lake St. Clair.

All the best,

Paul





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Joined: April 17th, 2006, 9:02 pm

July 10th, 2009, 11:24 am #5

Some more pics and even captured one BEAUTIFUL 45' tournament fisherman who was near by, I think you'll recognize this one from the forum. Lookin good Terry!

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?t=1247158380

?t=1247158403

This was a sweet Constellation, 58'? maybe? Thats a lot of wood to maintain!

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Then a great looking Wheeler showed up, again, to much wood for me but pretty!

?t=1247158494

Steve Lendzion
1969 42' Commander
Bear Z Girl
Steve,

Great photos. That lump of blanket on the foredeck by my windshield is my brother-in-law Joe. He is passed out. As you may also have noticed everyone was inside, too cold for them Hoosiers. So, as the evening wore on with 8 peeps in my salon, the mood darkened and several had the desire to get on shore. So, just as the darkness was setting in we moved off and docked.

Thanks for the great shots of Bella. If Joe wasnt on the deck, it might be the best photo I have of her.

Terry
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John Kloka
John Kloka

July 10th, 2009, 11:29 am #6

Ya know, Terry, the lump on the bow could easily be passed off as a davit with a white cover...
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Steve
Steve

July 10th, 2009, 2:40 pm #7

To funny! I thought it was some sort of equipment with a cover LOL!
None the less Terry she looked great with or without the lump. We to had guests who claimed they we're overserved and lumped out early below deck and missed the fireworks, rookies!
Steve
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Paul
Paul

July 10th, 2009, 2:56 pm #8

Perhaps that's a new nickname for the guy, ha!

too funny,

Now ya see him,



Now you don't !






Uhhh Ohhhh, there he is again!


Poof........he's gone!







Regards,

Paul
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Tom Slayton
Tom Slayton

July 11th, 2009, 12:01 am #9

Nice work! If it was only that easy to get rid of other little problems we face in life, and in boating! Poof! Gone! Like that stress cracking I have at the front windshield, not a structural or functional problem, but pooof, sure would like to see that gone.

Tom
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Joined: June 7th, 2006, 2:28 am

July 11th, 2009, 2:02 am #10


If I ever get photographed in an uncompromising position I am going to call Paul. POOF, never happened.

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