My name is jon and i have Parking lot syndrome.
i think i can have a full and productive life knowing i have parking lot syndrome.
I stopped at the market today with the new Wood Duck-12 on the roof of the Explorer. as i exited the building i noticed a small crowd gathered around my vehicle. this is not an odd thing i did have a swarm of bees decide my wheel well was a good place to start a hive and the crowd for that event was more of a mob. The senior walking group was oohing and aahing, pointing and carrying on. I immidiately becoame alarmed, knowing the 2-pints of icream would surley melt before i had finished my lecture on substituting scarf joints for home made puzzle joints, epoxy resin mixtures, okoume plywood, and sanding late into the evenings. it took 15-minutes and they went away well informed. and the ice cream made it home in time.
Parking lot syndrome can strike at any time and without notice. Red lights, 70-mph on the freeway, but the most likely at a local boat ramp.
for you new boat builders be prepared with your message, smile, make eye contact and move on.
I fully expect the Chesapeake Bay area to be fully engaged with Parking lot syndrome this weekend. for those attending Okoumefest you may catch a good case of Parking lot syndrome, and there is no cure.