NET Bible He saw two boats by the lake, but the fishermen had gotten out of them and were washing their nets. New Heart English Bible He saw two boats standing by the lake, but the fishermen had gone out of them, and were washing their nets. A Faithful Version And He saw two ships standing by the shore of the lake, but the fishermen had left them and were washing their nets. Aramaic Bible in Plain English He saw two ships that stood on the shore of the lake and the fishermen who had come down from them and were washing their nets.
The fishermen had stepped out of them and were washing their nets. New American Standard and He saw two boats lying at the edge of the lake; but the fishermen had gotten out of them, and were washing their nets. American King James Version And saw two ships standing by the lake: but the fishermen were gone out of them, and were washing their nets. In my opinion, doubletowing is risky.. What's the tow vehicle?
Can a 9' Squall fit in the back of a long-bed full size pickup? Perhaps you can leave the trailer behind and pick up a new one for the boat when you get there? Throwing out options here. I think it was a UPS truck. Apparently on the Ohio Turnpike such triple trailer rigs are legal. Take the axles and fenders off the trailers and load all the trailer stuff flat in the bed of the truck.
Then load the two squalls on top of the trailers and tie them down and drive home pulling nothing. Pad everything well and it would be fine. I own four station wagons, all with big V-8 engines 2 pair of identical wagons, actually: I think that they would handle the load as I have pulled a 23' Glastron easily with all of these cars.
However, I am a little frightened about the idea of attaching one trailer to another trailer, so I'm thinking that I will not try that idea. I now think that the Boston Whaler Squall would be too wide to trailer side-by-side. Does anyone know the beam of that boat model? I am not sure what the expression "piggy back" means. I like the idea of using one long trailer and putting one boat behind the other. I'm reluctant to turn them on their side for trailering.
It seems to me that this would make my time at the boat launch a big headache and people would be starting mean threads about me. After reading these ideas, it seems to me that the ideal thing would be to buy a one-way Southwest ticket from RDU to San Antonio, then rent a flat-bed truck with a "one-way drop off" provision, pull the Texas boat to Jackson, then put the Jackson boat and its trailer on the truck and head for Durham.
However, I don't know if rent-a-car agencies rent trucks or allow you to use the vehicle to tow a trailer. Could you really fit a 9' Squall and its trailer in the back of a pickup truck?
Maybe I could find a University of Texas student who will be driving to NC for Thanksgiving and I could pay his travel expenses if he will trailer the boat to Durham for me. Then I only have to go miles round trip from Durham to Jackson. Printed BW info says 4'4". Piggy-back means putting one Squall on its trailer, then building some keel chocks 2x4s, or 4x6s padding the seats of the bottom Squall, placing the chocks on the padding, setting the second Squall upright in the chocks inside the bottom Squall, then strap them down to the trailer.
Yahoo Life. Yahoo News Video. PR Newswire. Yahoo News Photo Staff. Eat This, Not That! Attach a length of chain rode, that is at least as long as your boat, to the tandem anchor connection point with a sturdy shackle — you should only use chain for this. To make later retrieval of the two anchors easier, attach one end of a floating retrieval rope to the shank of the first anchor and the other end to the shank of the second anchor.
When setting two anchors in line, lower the secondary upwind anchor first. Reverse, pay out the rode and lower the primary anchor prior to setting either anchor. When sufficient rode for the primary anchor has been let out, cinch the rode and at first gently power set the anchors. We recently came across the Wemar tandem anchor, which we are looking forward to trying out in the coming months.
Their system is in essence two nested anchors, where the secondary is deployed first. Then a chain lock in the shank of the primary is engaged. Then the primary anchor is deployed. Retrieval is the same process, only in reverse. Wemar Tandem Anchor. We have sometimes heard the suggestion of deploying two anchors on two rodes in series with a secondary backup anchor upwind of the primary in case this one drags.
This is not a good idea. If the downwind primary does drag, then the secondary will be lined up with the furrow of disturbed ground the primary created. If you think your anchor might drag — replace it. If you need to keep your boat in one place, even if the wind or current changes direction, then you may need to set two or more opposing anchors. The Bahamian Moor is essentially the same as the V configuration taken to its extreme — setting the two anchors degrees apart.
The two accidents happened in the Elk River and the Sassafras just two nights apart. The left side of the boat was damaged and it started taking on water.May 04, · Two Boats and a Helicopter: Thoughts on Stress Management I think about this joke a lot more than I wish I did. Posted May 04,