Friday, February 6, 2009

45 mph wind notwithstanding

So today on the back porch it was a balmy 58 degrees......... wind speed at time gusting to 45 mph........

but the men from Southern Builders got the Barngoddess's roof done.
not only was the roof done, and done correctly, but all the trash was picked up and disposed of ........

No pictures due to wind blowing too much for me to stand still long enough to get a photo or two....

Tomorrow temp expected in the 60s, shorts and tank top weather......
more working on the Bronc and getting er done...

So a trivia question:

Where was this photo taken????

When was it taken (year good enough)???

Who is in it???

What year is the long roof???

Bonus: what is the name of the boat on top????



And super bonus worth 20 points: what happened to the windshield of this Longroof?

And that's all today, time to relax and visit Captain Morgan and his friends....

Celebrate Life

3 comments:

bus said...

I know what happened to the windshield.

Sailor Tom put the mast and laid it across teh top of the seats and closed the tailgate.

Unfortunately the tailgate hit the mast and propelled it through the front windshield.

HAH!

d5thouta5 said...

1967 Ford Country Swquire...
springtime 1968...
the horsefarmer and the longroof...
after mast went thru windshield the boat was named "dammitt".....

longrooffan said...

The windshield story is true. I remember Dad coming home from a trip and Mom picked him up at the airport in this longroof with the perfect hole in the windshield.
1967 Ford Country Squire, light blue, auto, 390, 10 passenger. Tom and John Lee, 1822 S. National, Spring 69?, 63 Corvair in the background, that boat, as long as I knew it, was always called "the dinghy."