Turning the Tern

Maybe not everyone is as interested in boats as I am, but I do believe that everyone wants to be a part of something- something bigger than themselves.  Not necessarily important, but something that comes from a group effort that feels like an accomplishment.  So much of life is an isolated series of little events, that perhaps add up to something, but seldom do we get a chance to see something really come to a culmination.  We don’t raise barns anymore, but we do flip boats and I think that qualifies.  Thanks to everyone who stopped by (or was recruited into helping).

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