You know...one of the reasons that I went with a Pro Angler instead of an inflatable, jet ski, or even one of those duck-tape-thin portabotes are the forum sections that Hobie provides and the quality of the posts from those generously willing to offer a hand.
Today I stoped by a marina to see of I could get a rack. When I explained what I wanted the guy showed me a wooden saw horse and it was much stronger and stable than the plastic junky one from one of the chain stores.
I looked up a local lumber yard and found a really cool product....a platic kit to make a saw horse any length or height required. All you needed to do was add 2 by 4s - which the guy was willing to cut for me. I never thought I would be taking out my trusty electric drill, but by the end of the day I had a set of very stable saw horses.http://2x4basics.com/pro-brackets.asp
Tomorrow I will stain it to protect it from the elements. Maybe I will board it on Monday or TUesday. (The kayak...not the saw horse.)
Again I thank you for your insight and support. I know there will be some growing pains...especially in the beginning, but I hope that by the end of the summer...I will become comfortable with it...and have a few fish stories to share.