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WOW----that is REALLY nice!
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Originally posted by BsCabin BsCabin wrote:

So how did you get that old couch out and the new one in anyway? Did it fit through the slider or did you have to remove the glass?


Well, if I would have known for sure that I was getting a new couch I could have done all of that when I had the walls off!  But alas, I didn"t!

The old sleeper breaks down into 3 sections by just removing a few screws.  After that, you can get out out via the slider (and some cursing).  The new one went in the same way.  Except the new one weighs about half as much.. and therefore there was about half as much profanity!
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Thanks for the kind words everybody!

I thought I was just about done yesterday and was getting ready to put the ear muffs on the Johnson and get her fired up in anticipation of a launch this week.  Then, to my horror, I discovered that I had left the one remaining galley cabinet door out in the rain last night!  Curses!

The water wicked into the particle board underneath the laminate, causing it to swell at the edges.  I"m trying to do some emergency repairs in order to get it looking decent, but I think in the long run it is going to get replaced with a new King Starboard (or equivalent) unit.  That will be a bit of a project.  And if one cabinet door gets replaced, you just know that they"ll all need to be replaced in order to match!

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Geezzz that is bad and yep, I know about cabinet doors not matching after water damage.

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Originally posted by Wildcat Dude Wildcat Dude wrote:

Geezzz that is bad and yep, I know about cabinet doors not matching after water damage.



Yeah... I"ve got to catch myself and not sound like a whiny child.  I have a little damage to a cabinet door on a recreational boat.  Big deal.  There are many people out there who have suffered through having their entire house flooded....
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But it is your pride and joy and so much work put into it to make it look perfect. I"m terrible about trying to make EVERYTHING work and function but when I get frustrated and tired, I end up taking shortcuts that cost me later. (or entice scbadiver to come and help )

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Well, I made some more headway this morning and I think I"m rounding the final bend (assuming the Johnny runs!).  It looks like the repairs on the cabinet door will be "adequate" and will hold me until I learn how to work a wood router and make the Starboard replacement(s).  Guess I actually have to buy a router first.

I got the last little bit of trickery working:



Yup!  That"s a 10db omni WiFi antenna.  Because all pontoon boats need Internet access... right???

Actually, this serves a larger purpose. The wife has become a big fan of running Pandora through the SONOS system, and she has created some pretty cool "personal radio stations" that we both enjoy.  We need the wireless access to stream the music while on the lake (either WiFi, or we drop some coin for a 3G data package).

It also serves an added benefit.  I can pull radar weather images up in a hurry!  Came in handy the other night!

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Now that"s very interesting. What does that package cost per month access or is it as you need it? PM me on who the provider of that service is.
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Charles,

It"s not a commercial offering.  I spent some time over the winter creating a private secure WiFi hotspot on our lake using some inexpensive hardware (Buffalo WHR-HP-G54"s) and some customized open-source software (DD-WRT).

Based on some limited testing on the ice over the winter, it looks like I"ve got coverage over about 90% of the lake (over 2500 acres!) and I have a plan in place to increase that to 100%.

This is all done within the framework of FCC Part 15 limitations and the personal private use of my existing WAN service provider. (legal disclaimer)

Some of my work is based on the configuration that a friend has down in the Bahamas where he is servicing over 4500 acres (living on his sailboat).

I should know more about the actual viability of this setup in a week or so!  Right now I know that it is going to work well in my home "port", at our usual anchorage, and at our favorite bar/restaurant.
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Ahh very good.
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FINALLY!!!!

We launched her on Thursday and for the most part, all went well!  Our lake is up just a little bit, and with the replacement of the walls she lost a few hundred pounds of total weight (if not more).  That means that our bridge clearance went from a typical 3+ inches to just about 1/2 of an inch!  But a half-an-inch is as good as a mile and we made it (after some very nervous moments)!

I found a "clearance" on-line and was able to pick up some Dolphin-gray 1/2 inch King Starboard material which made a fine replacement for the damaged cabinet door.  I went ahead and replaced both of the lower doors on the galley and I think it turned out well.

Cruised the lake on Sunday and discovered that the lake-wide WiFi Internet system works as planned.  We were able to stream Pandora, and then we were able to surf radar images as the storms rolled in.  The surfing was great.. the storms.. not so much!

Still need to come up with a window treatment for the rear door, and I have just a bit of fit-and-finish work to do in the shower/head.... but for the most part, she"s done for the season (once she goes in the water, all non-essential works STOPS!).

We have decided to take her up North again for our annual "camping trip", so she"ll be coming out of the water in July.  I"ll probably pull her out a few days early and will fabricate some "bow deflectors" for the modular pontoons.  They"re working well, but I stuck my head under the deck while we were at-speed, and I just didn"t like the way the water was flowing around them.

Whew!  Time to relax!


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Congrats. I know the feeling. Enjoy!
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YAY!!!!!---    What a reward for your hard work!  Hope you had lots of fun...
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Sounds like you and your family are going to have a great summer! Nice work on your toon, it"s amazing.
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Whoo-Hoo!!!  Glad to see you back on the water.  Won"t be long for us!!
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I really enjoyed all the pics on your website! (My 8 year old daughter now
wants a slide after seeing the picture of yours)... What an awesome boat!!!!!
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B.... thanks for handling the reply!  I"ve been having a rough couple of days at the "daily grind"!

Craig... thanks for the kind words.  My beautiful yard ape is 7.. and as you can imagine, she was a large part of the inspiration for many of the things that are on the boat, especially the slide.  Not to say that the "adults" haven"t found clever and interesting ways to use the accommodations!

What happens on the lake.. stays.... naw.  It usually ends up on Facebook!
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Since you don"t have a "bridge clearance" to worry about, you"ll have a lot more flexibility when it comes to selecting and mounting a slide.  I had to add the slide without adding to the overall height of the boat..... and that was a challenge.
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We looked at the pics on your other site.  Jeff can"t believe you put speakers on the top deck before he did.  Of course, I had to show him your W-Fi antenna and express the fact that internet on the boat is a good thing.
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The BOSE"s on the top are nice.  I actually put them on last year but never took a pic of them.  At times I wish I had a sub-woofer up there too... but at some point you have to convince yourself that enough is perhaps enough!

The top deck speakers are on their own amp and there is a volume control on the top deck that services them independently. As a follow-on project I am going to give them their own "zone" on the SONOS system so that they can be independently controlled from the wireless units.  That way I won"t have to climb back up on the top deck when I forget to turn them down or off.

The internet connection is turning out nice!  We were on the lake almost all day yesterday tied-up at the "island".  We had Pandora streaming with a nice "party mix".  We also have a FM transmitter on the boat... one that has some pretty decent power.  The surrounding boats had the option of tuning into our "station"... avoiding the "battle of the stereos".

It all worked quite well until the wife fired up the microwave in order to nuke some stuff for the kids who had congregated in the cabin watching the TV.  The house battery voltage sagged and the whole thing shut down.  Spit!  I"m going to upgrade the wiring run from the batteries to the inverter with some 3/0 welding cable and double-check the condition of the three house batteries.

It"s always something.... luckily, the "somethings" aren"t big deals at this point!
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Bose are nice!  Don"t have a micrwave. I suppose we coud figure out where to put one but think I will live without one.  Your upgrade on the wire sounds good.  Sound like you had a great weekend.  We will be out there soon, with always something new to upgrade, change or fix.
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Well, it only seemed appropriate to dress the old girl up a little bit and enter her into the annual lake parade for the 4th!



That"s a blower with a "fly-guy" (actually a "fly-girl") up on the top deck.  Needless to say, the generator and 115VAC inverter came in handy!


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Scottbee,

Your toon looks great, love the decorations! Bet you got a lot of compliments!

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Scottbee,  the SunBlocker looks awesome.  Wonderful job with the graphics and design on the upgrades and additions!
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Linda,

Much like you... we"ve been doing nothing but enjoying the boat!  No real problems to speak of... and it"s just been pleasure, pleasure, pleasure.

I"m working on my list of "upgrades" for this up-coming winter.  It"s a big list, but most of the changes are functional, not aesthetic.

Let"s hope that you and I continue to have a great summer and we spend most of the time enjoying the fruits of our labor(s)!
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Pleasure, pleasure, pleasure is right.  Going out again this weekend to the river.  Hundreds of boats will be out.  It is the Annual Potluck Beach Potluck up the American River.  Our friends with the 32" PC will be there with us.  We are starting our list of things to do this winter also.  We need to change some of our walls. We have still managed to be on the water every week and plan to continue.  My job keeps me extremely busy in the summer.  Between work and boating I haven"t had much of a chance to update more pics of our outings.  Winter updates will be awesome!
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Enjoy your weekend guys. Wasn"t it just a short time ago we were all talking about the first ride in spring? All this talk of winter coming is making me ill....
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Oh my Oh my  Winter is a long way away for us!  We hope to be out there in until late October.  Halloween marks the start of the cold nights.  We had plans to finish up some things this summer but puttin" it all off until December, January and February.  We should be out again in March.
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Originally posted by lindaslounge lindaslounge wrote:

Oh my Oh my  Winter is a long way away for us!  We hope to be out there in until late October.    We should be out again in March.

HAHA, I will walking on ICE fishing before the end of October and, we will still be driving our trucks out on the lakes in March. :) Sorry just thought that was funny.

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