Seeing if anybody on the lake wants it before we post it elsewhere.
$11,500.00 ………. Time for a change!
2004 Bayliner with 3L Mercruiser engine. ..17 Foot c/w Monster Tower and Galvanized trailer
I “think” it is in really nice condition..fold down seats are fine…couple hard to spot scratches in the hull. Always new oil and filter, very easy to winterize.
Replaced speedometer with GPS for accurate speeds in skiing and wake-boarding
Trim works fine but gauge bounces around sometime. Oil pressure is at 40 psi at running speed and temp runs around 175. New battery this year and newer tires on trailer with folding tongue.
More inside pictures later
GOOD MORNING Brandy Lake
Never get tired of this..watching the sunrise on Brandy Lake….calm…no alga…the little bay has activity…and a mist coming off the warmer water…
I still think the beer cans screwed to a board ranks as #1
The note below from a concerned cottage is a pretty close 2nd. The amount of effort they had to go through to “fix it” is one families concern for environment
Just to inform fellow cottagers that recently some wanker left a very heavy box of garbage at the corner of Falkenburg and Brackenrig Roads.
It consists of paint cans, paint brushes, rebar, plastic sheeting etc.
Of course, the local waste management company would not dispose of it.
I went to the Town Offices in Port Carling, and spoke to Public Works. They informed me that they would come and take it away for me. Not sure if they have, since I haven’t been there in over a week.
It’s so disappointing that people would do this. Just to let you (me ..web guy) know, and our neighbours.
Stupid 1 Revisited:
We need to make a point here first about ,,what is a BBQ?………My die heart BBQ cookin friend ….Jim Cormack on Brandy Lake (poodle Jim) …does not consider my BBQ a real BBQ,.. ..he needs more heat control and flavor control for the ultimate taste.
Nun-the less…this is about care. Steel or Stainless Steel could all use help annually. Just a short note on Stainless. If you are looking Stainless take a magnet with you. Stainless has many grades….316 is pretty strong and rust resistant but expensive..
304 is one step down and this is the common material. If you find your magnet sticks to the stainless then there is a good chance its 430. Probably no better than steel..but shiny.
Start by gathering material like to picture..this is not a quick job. I have an air compressor hose and hose water as well.
Next..I start by taking everything off,…dials,,grates,, flavor bars or bricks, tank and all parts in the door, You usually don’t have to take out the tubes. they can be cleaned in place. Check for any burnt through holes etc,
Begin by scraping everything…..makes a big mess. Get rid of all that buildup ..I use a wire brush and scraper.
Once that is done I paint any pre painted parts with high heat paint. Not sure if this a safe thing so check with a BBQ expert. Here is everything painted and replaced. I paint under the hood as it came painted
Next ..I go at the grates…mine are stainless and again check with an expert ..but I just use wire brush and SOS pads. I wipe clean after using SOS. I also clean the flavor bars (don’t laugh Jim) However this time I replaced them after 10 years
Its time to look close at the burner tubes and check the holes…scrub with wire brush and make sure all pipes and feeder tubes are clean. The holes may vary is size. If you find a burnt through hole or feeder tubes burnt you need to replace. Its very easy to see the pattern….clean well!
Check all the dials as well..blow out where to tubes go into valves for spiders or bugs
After about 3 hours work..and its set up to run..apply (brush) high temperature cooking oil to the grill. This really isn’t necessary for Webers and similar due to coated grates,,but I do it anyways. I wanted to coat the new flavor bars with ..oil..but boss said no..hmmm. So run it with no food..for it to grip on…many add oil after every cook,
OK…so you need to be old to get the heading
Always fascinating to see planes use Brandy Lake
This would be Dirk Krolls young son..leaving