Very busy ramp with two docks and four slots plus a strong tide rip at 90 deg.
A guy in a 25' +- go fast pulls to the end and his hottie jumps out / yep, I was not the only one to notice. I hoped she made it to the bathroom in time. Stupid me.
Son and I are ready to pull the boat up on the trailer.
She backs the trailer between my rig and the other persons on the other dock
(fast!) (good driver).
There is a couple of feet on either side of her trailer now.
The guy drives toward the trailer and is pushed into me while I am silently dumbfounded and speechless (just slow I guess).
About the time of impact I reach and grab my son who was still in the boat and heave him up on the dock
. - crash, scrraappppeeee.
I told son to "stay", jumped down and quickly pulled my boat up on the trailer while the guy backed up and came on again.
He went faster this time and made the hit but if I had not moved my boat he would have hit it again.
The guy was just like the waiter that wont make eye contact - jerk.
The hottie clips on the bow clip and hops in and off they go.
20 yards out she stops and he jumps off the boat, into the cab and GONE!
I wish I could tell you that something justly happened to them but I can't.
I stopped and spoke to the "law" on the way out and they said they purposely
do not tend the ramp in the afternoons. He actually said that.
Though I had used that ramp off and on for years that was the last time I ever used it.
I am afraid of going to jail! No kidding!
I am also afraid of setting a bad example for my son.
My jon comes with a machete and a pistol (yes I am police trained and permitted, yada, yada) but I won't do hand to hand.
Anyway the best I can feel about that is the long gouge in the gel coat from the sharp transom point of the old jon.