Sea Doo Boat Cover



Trouble in Paradise - Republican Journal

But the sand, sun and endless miles of beautiful blue waters have proved irresistible. In the 1830s, Florida was described as “swampy, low, excessively hot, sickly and repulsive in all its features. While developers have drained some of the swamps, most of the state is still barely above sea level and life without air conditioning is miserable. ” In fact, our future president Zachary Taylor said he “wouldn’t trade a square foot of Michigan or Ohio for a square mile of Florida. The Florida peninsula is about 400 miles long by 200 miles wide and the whole thing is an ancient sand beach with the land along both coasts flat as a pancake. Source: waldo.villagesoup.com








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Dan from California shows off his rig designed to haul a Sea-Doo on the back of his Super Duty with a DiamondBack cover and a boat with a trailer.
Photo by DiamondBack Truck Covers on Flickr