George Dunn Vid

WARNING, It’s OK for a man to be romantic.

Thanks to fellow Woody Boater Charles Sundheim for turning us onto this amazing peaceful and romantic video created by George Dunn. It appears to be shot up in Maine according to Charles. Where ever it is, its magic, and the moment out on the water with the music says it all and is universal. A wonderful smooth sunset cruise is what its all about. After a day of craziness, sometimes just a smooth quite run with your soul mate… the person..not the boat, can take away all the weeks issues. What’s not said can sometimes say it all. At these special moments it’s not about how the boats put together, but how it brings you both together. So a huge shout out to George for capturing and sharing this with the universe. It’s a better place now. Enjoy the video, and then go Woody Boating!

You might like...
« « Previous Post         |         Next Post » »
14 Responses to “George Dunn Explains Why We All Go Woody Boating Without Saying One Word!”
  1. m-fine

    The flag looks more Swedish than Maineish. I was expecting more of a Mexican boating theme today, or maybe a story by Chad’s monkey on how to make tequila drinks, but well made videos are always good to see.

    Reply
  2. Troy in ANE

    Awesome Video!

    There are a lot of lakes in Maine so it is very hard to say where this may have been shoot, but if I were a betting man I would put my money on the Rangeley chain of lakes. If I was really daring I would suspect Mooselookmeguntic Lake.

    Maybe MooseMeat knows, he has boated that area.

    Reply
  3. Jack Schneiberg

    Boy…..nothing like an Italian Ballad to start off the day. Throw in the boat…..the calm waters…..the scenery…..the imagination of what comes after the boat ride and………awe nuts…..I’m taking the rest of the day off and go find someplace to play!!!!!

    Reply
  4. Rick

    Great video. Wish I had a helicopter following me around. Or maybe not.

    Reply
  5. Wlson

    Great flick but in Florida the Marine Patrol will cite you for sitting on the seat back.

    Reply
  6. John Baas

    Very nicely done, George Dunn. First drone shoot where I can see the rotor blades.

    Reply
  7. Ed S.

    Good call, Troy. In one of Mr. Dunn’s other vids the location is referred to as Cupsuptic Lake which is in the Rangeley Lakes, Maine region.
    M-fine, in yet another of his vids he records some relative making Svedish meatballs. So, Ja, dat explains da Svedish flag.
    Regardless, when I saw that vid I thought you guys and knew Matt and Texx would appreciate.
    Think I’m gonna play it on continuous loop till my Chris spashes.

    Ed S

    Reply
  8. K.Brennan

    That video captures what I can not put into words when others don’t understand the desire to own a woody

    Reply

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

+ 44 = 54