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Old 09-23-2013, 02:51 PM
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Tige??

Whats the rest of the danger sign say?
Tige had the pro endless wave tour on our lake. It's a surf event. Now I hate surfing and think it is stupid. These guys were actually really good. I enjoyed watching and the tige dealer had waterski gear there. Like I can go into the shop and try on gloves and bindings. Our mc dealer has wakeboard and surf only. I seem to wear a mc hat into the tige dealer and they bust my chops and then give me my discount. The dealer is cool. They have cool stuff. I decided to hang the banner bc they are awesome. I also did it bc Tige is the same size as all of the other sponsors on the banner. I've been all over the place skiing too, I wear naughty girl and bu shirts too. Over time the collection of things grows. I've given Nautique, Malibu, Tige, and other kinds of items away to guys who own that brand of boat. I gave a tige 4x12 banner away that I got from the EWT and my buddy loved it. They get MC things and give them to me. Cool swag if you know what I mean.

I love my mc dealer and I buy everything else there besides ski equipment just bc they do not have slalom gear and if they did it would be combos and a pair of gloves compared to work gloves.


The danger sign says no swimming and person is drowning. I thought it was funny bc it was posted outside of a duck pond by the house that was probably no deeper than 4' at the deepest point. Liked the sign and decided the pond was safe from swimmers due to the size of the pond.
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Old 09-23-2013, 02:56 PM
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Looks good, by why waste the time and the banners on the storage unit? I spend the least amount of time at my unit, as possible! More time at the unit= less time at the river!
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Old 09-23-2013, 03:12 PM
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Looks good, by why waste the time and the banners on the storage unit? I spend the least amount of time at my unit, as possible! More time at the unit= less time at the river!
It's my man cave. I have an entire shop in the back with work bench engine stand etc. I've done several boat resto there and several engine and tranny overhauls there. I can't count how many hours I have spent there. Refrigerator, cold beer, liquor, water, cokes, microwave, surround sound, ceiling fan on remote, shop lights etc.

I do lots of work in there. Normally I'll pull my boat out and put it in someone else's storage and bring their boat to mine where I can fix it and have everything I need on site.
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Old 09-23-2013, 10:41 PM
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It's my man cave. I have an entire shop in the back with work bench engine stand etc. I've done several boat resto there and several engine and tranny overhauls there. I can't count how many hours I have spent there. Refrigerator, cold beer, liquor, water, cokes, microwave, surround sound, ceiling fan on remote, shop lights etc.

I do lots of work in there. Normally I'll pull my boat out and put it in someone else's storage and bring their boat to mine where I can fix it and have everything I need on site.
Do you know matt from Eagle Marine?
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Old 09-24-2013, 08:37 PM
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Is actually the retirement lake home, but they just started framing the 3 bay garage, 25 x 38ish.
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Old 09-30-2013, 11:53 AM
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I did a little decorating this weekend. I had to keep everything nice and high because I still need to get the boat pushed up tight against the wall when I have it home. I had all the posters mounted on foam board and then I built some 3/4" frames on the back side to hang them from. This should keep them nice and flat.
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Old 09-30-2013, 12:15 PM
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Old 09-30-2013, 04:59 PM
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I like the touch of the ski handle for the attic!
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Old 09-30-2013, 05:23 PM
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something tells me Sodar has some issues with dirt...white boat, white truck, spotless garage in white....
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Old 09-30-2013, 05:30 PM
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I did a little decorating this weekend. I had to keep everything nice and high because I still need to get the boat pushed up tight against the wall when I have it home. I had all the posters mounted on foam board and then I built some 3/4" frames on the back side to hang them from. This should keep them nice and flat.
Is this why you were looking for older skis 1-2 years ago?
Nice decor additions!
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