Notice how the SiBBS decal materialized on the console somewhere between Chicago and St louis. You may not want to sit in any boat for 6000 miles but knowing that there are small boats available that can handle some pretty big adventures may inspire you to try an adventure of your own. Port of Blarney, Blarney Island, Grass Lake IL  Phil from Turning Point came out to test props. Ottowa IL Heritage Harbor,  folks here were kind to the trippers proving moorage, lodging and food.
Alton Il, The boat was moored 2 nights at the Alton Marina while the crew toured nearby St Louis. Loggerhead club and Marina, Lake Okeebogee, Pahokee FL This stop was halfway across Florida. Front Street Marina, Newburgh NY, Tom Galivane ( spelling) set us up with Harbormaster John for a courtesy docking.


The day included a photo shoot with Ty Helbach and visits with Henry Veleker who works with development for Waupaca.
Vince Rizzo, family and staff of Cubs Park Service, ( the premium place to park and get souveniers at Wrigley) attended the initial launch and cruise through Chicago, supported a side trip for the launch support staff to Wrigley Field, (Cubs lost, bummer) and contributed fashion apparel for the trip.
Corporate Select Embroidery Bob and the team at CSE helped with the SiBBS Logo and printed the T -shirts sold to finance portions of the trip. Teresa of ALGCA keeps calling ahead and e mail blasting the members to let the ALGCA members and sponsors know the girls are coming. Unknown Boatman, Lake Okeechbee , trailered the boat around the closed for maintenance Moorhaven lock. JibTurner,  long time Duroboat fan ran into the girls at teh Little Current Yacht Club by accident but ended up storing the boat for a few days and helping the girls get to a bus so they could make it to Breeze's wedding in the nick of time in Sturgeon Bay Wisconsin. Mary McGuire Slevin,  arranged a great day on Mackinac Island Katie, Elizabeth and Sammy.


Kim Pelky of the Tarragon Motel in Marinette WI, graciously received the girls and put them up for the night. Shown protected by the Mustang Survival colar type PFD is the famous right arm of Knox College pitching ACE Sammy Almohandis,  Not shown are the famous legs and slightly damaged knee of the Knox College standout corner back belonging to the same aforementioned Sammy Almohandis. Cedar Key is one of those bits of America not yet changed by the dominance of cookie cutter franchises. 166 HP, cuddy cabin, with bimini top, swivle captain chairs, 8 foot beam, multiple rod holders, electronics, sits on a tandem axle galvanized trailer.



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