Let's look inside?
The first thing you'll notice is stacks of lumber and shelves of tools.
Some of the lumber is years and years old and from his father's youth.
A Hacker Craft.
More about this beauty tomorrow.
A couple of other interested fellows stopped in when we were there.
He has lots of bits and pieces and here are a few antique motors.
I don't know anything about this picture, but it was hanging on his wall! A cute threesome!
Anybody need a date for the prom?
This green and white boat is actually a prototype for a 51 foot commercial vessel that his Dad had built.
This is a full length shot of the Hacker Craft.
Look at all the templates and pieces of wood!
He also keeps a maritime museum right in town. We had planned on touring it, but went over to Daytona instead.
I can't help but think there's a ship out there somewhere missing it's nose decoration?
I took more pictures and tomorrow I'm going to post more.
Thanks for coming along! This little town is jammed packed full of great places and people. I miss it and we've only been home a few weeks!
All of these photos were again shot and loaded directly from my Nikon P90 and then posted without alteration of any kind.