When Angela’s boyfriend proposed she was ecstatic. She thought it was still a ways off and was thrilled that he wanted to marry her sooner than she thought. Angela really loved Jake and his family and was incredibly excited to be a part of it. Her family similarly was fond of Jake and were excited that the two families would be joining together. Angela and her sisters got started on the wedding planning almost as soon as they announced their engagement to everyone. She had an elderly grandfather she was hoping would still be alive for the wedding and wanted to have it sooner rather than later. As Angela admitted herself, she had been planning the wedding in her head for years and she knew almost exactly what she wanted on many levels.
The planning went forwardly smoothly. They registered for wedding gifts, found a venue and a caterer they liked and a date that worked for both of them and both of the families, and set the wedding for about eight months out. Their registry did not include a special item that Jake’s father had been planning on getting them and was in the process of figuring out how to go about it. He knew they loved being out on the water and frequently rented boats, but he thought instead of furniture or dish ware, he could in fact buy them a boat. He had been saving up for a couple of months and was getting close to putting an offer on a boat when he realized he had absolutely nowhere to put it. Neither did Angela and Jake for that matter. Their town home had a one car garage and a shared courtyard in the back. No space for a boat.
Jake’s father instead began looking into boat storage in Lake Winnipesaukee. He had seen ads around from time to time but had never paid that much attention since he did not own a boat himself. But then he realized they were probably some of the same places where he had previously rented boats in Lake Winnipesaukee. Figuring out the right place to store the boat both in the meantime as well as pay for their first year of Lake Winnipesaukee boat storage after the wedding turned out to be an easy enough task. Www.goodhueandhawkins.com/ had the best rates and availability of all of the options, and they were happy to sign him up for the next eighteen months’ worth of storage under his son and soon to be daughter in law’s name.
Jake’s father was thrilled and went ahead and put an offer in on a boat he knew they would love. Once he finalized the purchase and insured it, he was able to get it loaded into the boat storage space with the company he had selected and then he just had to keep a secret for the next six months! It was harder than he thought it would be, but seeing their faces when they opened what they thought was just a card and it contained a picture of their boat was priceless. He even named it True Love.