Monday, April 5, 2010

Li'l tug that could: spring on the St. George River

Time to put the docks back in the water on the swift flowing St. George River at Thomaston, Maine.  "The river has puked and the ice is out" says Jeff Armstrong of Jeff's Marine.  The last big nor'easter carried lots of dead fall down river - so it's safe to put the docks back in.  A 12 foot Carolina Skiff is just the right tool for the job.

Across the river is Lyman Morse - builders of dream yachts for hedge fund guys and fixer-uppers of just about anything you bring to the yard.  They're a 100 year old yard, after all.

At Jeff's you'll find skiffs to 26 feet, service with a smile, and hear the bell ring every time he makes a sale. Slide show HERE

1 comment:

Christopher O'Donnell said...

Thomaston is a great coastal town - I love driving through there and taking the back roads along the water. Lots of boat activity there as well in the summer.

Great shots of the river. The gas station/store at the end of that bridge there is a really convenient stop for the essentials, and the owners are great people.