How do I explain this? It makes my pea brain hurt!

We hope you enjoyed the small taste of Gravenhurst yesterday. We certanly did. But I have blisters on my fingers from going through all the shots from Chis Bullen and YNOT Yachts. Today we start with a little boat house action just to make you hate where you live now. Cause these places are whats really in all our heads as the boat house we all really dream of.

So as your spouse walks in a sees you on the computer drooling all over the keys and your hands on your head. Just show them The rest of these shots. AHHHHHH! My head hurts.

Dang!

Those floors on the boat are that way so your drool just goes into the bilge. Really!

And there you are! On the outside of that boathouse. Maybe one day!

Lets take some photos

OK!

I WANT THAT BOATHOUSE! I am just going to stand here and drool!

Smile!

OK! See was that so hard?

Again. Photos of photos being taken!

This is a photo of a photo subject being shot! I think

Smiles and waves a plenty

Lets do some woodyboating!

THere is that dam Donzi again! OK, I want the boathouse, AND the Donzi!

Off to more boathouses

Out having a fun slow ride

Under the bridge

Hi right back at ya!

There is they go again!

Oh! Man oh man! So these are what they look like without fenders all over them

The YNOT Jaw Dropper

Art on the Lake

OK?

Donzi?

A little moment in time travel.

Is that even a boat? WOW

Lets go Woodyboating AGAIN!

OK? I love this little thing!

Donzi Love

Maybe a little pee break. Go refill your coffee!

Mr and Mrs YNOT

Dock shots done well by Aaron LaDonne – Even has a Fender in it and looks great

Riva magic.

People!

Chris Bullen out for a fun run!

Go Chris GO!

Sunshine and Blue water sparkles

WOW! Wow Wow Wow

Out on the YNOT shoot boat!

OK, we have all tried to take this shot and failed. This is perfect

Chris again in the Trusty plastic Century shoot baot

Lets go boathouseing

First a stop at Dukes – A local institution

In case you thought there were no fenders out there!

Lets keep going and looking at boathouses!

OH! Mother of all boat houses.

Timeless!

Dang!

What a sight.

Fun name – He steals from the rich, and restores boats!

Great portrait

PERFECT graphics. LOVE!

I still want that boathouse

Touring the area some more

Hats and Houses!

maybe if I pray I can have one of those boathouses

Listen, that White boathouse is mine, you can have…

LaDonne, and LaMom!

Really? Really? How perfect is that! Whatever it is, Its not real.

WOW

Is this all real? My eyes are sleepy.

I need to rest my dreamer right now. We still have more. I am not sure how we do, but we do. Stay tuned. A HUGE shout out to the LaDonne Family and there very generous share with us all. You can visit them and there amazing work at YNOT Yachts just by Clicking Here. WOW

 

 

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19 Responses to “Get Out Your Droll Cups Again – Part 2 Of Gravenhurst, Even More Photos!”
  1. Greg Lewandowski

    Wow, we got to go back to Muskoka again! What wonder photos of great boats, people and those fabulous boat houses.

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  2. Philip Andrew

    That’s the best post in a long time. Man those boat houses. So beautifully designed and pretty. How do you even build a home in the water like that??!!! So achingly cool.
    The funniest moment in ages. Intermission.
    The masterful work of a crazy mind. Bloody funny Matt.

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  3. Phillip Jones

    The 1/3-4-5-6 shot of the inside of the Boat House I remember well, you are looking at 6 mil worth of boats, first boat in line has original hardware made by Rolls Royce He has one of the few 28 foot Gravetts, and behind the port hole wall is another stunning boat, I believe a Duke. There are many boat houses like that up there.
    But alas still no Shepherd shots&(*&*(&_
    Nice Gravett photo boat though.

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  4. Chris B

    That mini tug gets up on plane on goes. The fire hose does work. Shots water he needs to work on the distance to put out a fire without melting the boat

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    • Maurice

      God knows I tried finding a more powerful pump, but after 3 tries, I had to settle on this one. I should be able to fight a canoe fire at least 🙂

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  5. Jack

    I dropped my Droll Cup and broke it, I guess I’ll have to use my Whimsical Cup instead.

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  6. Ranger

    Oh my god, I’ve got varnish envy, boathouse envy, tugboat envy, why aren’t we on the water envy….

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  7. Dennis J Mykols

    Here we go… Each July Chris and his Chapter convince me that NEXT YEAR, we will be up there with you to cruise those beautiful waters. I have said that for the past three years. We were two weeks away from leaving for a week on Muskoka waters, and I broke my ankle!
    Chris you are now moved up to number 1 on the 2018 bucket list!!!
    Thanks for all the enticement photos.

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  8. floyd r turbo

    I’m not sure whats better, the boating, the boats, the scenery, or the Canadians, but its all fabulous until you try to get through customs with someone else s boat.

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  9. jimmuh

    mr. turbo; even more ‘interesting’ is when your restorer, for local tax regulations, has to tow the boat under restoration thru the border, into the US, turn around 5 minutes later and “re-import” it into Canada…. lots of ‘enjoyable’ time spent discussing the event in the CBP offices….

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    • floyd r turbo

      That is crazy, the guidelines for transport are not exactly black and white although they claim it is as there are so many different “conditions”. Having traveled back and forth for 13plus years hauling a boat for someone or myself on different occasions I was informed that CBP legal will be in touch .

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  10. John F.

    Pictured here is a boathouse in California. Inside lives my Skiffcraft X260. 1970

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