Jim’s Grand Mother. Wow!

Today around Woody Boater HQ is a huge day. I am sure it’s the same in your HQ. Over the years fellow Woody Boaters have shared their old photos, so today we thought it would be fun to see more. So here is to Mom, Mother, GrandMother, Mothers to be, and Momma’s all over Woodyboaterville.

Scott’s mom

Ken Furrers Mom in 1948!

Kens Grandomther… OK this is just strange. Hot Grandmas posing! Dang! Your family ROCKS Ken! ROCKS!

Jim Gorden’s mom and family boat

Jenna Turner of Aristo-Craft boats

My Father L, and Mom during WWII, My Aunt on the fare right

Betty Boatress and the Boatress in the Betty -J

From Chris Holmes – This is my grandparents John and Marylss Schaefer of Gull Lake in Nisswa, MN. Not sure of a year or what model Chris-Craft this actually is. Feel free to post on your Oldies section. Any help on the year and model would be great. – Thanks, Chris

rom fellow Woody Boater Dane Anderson in Minnesota – My Mom in the middle with her sister and niece visiting the Johnson’s (a private residence on Big Whitefish Bay) on Whitefish Lake, MN early 40s. Note the mail box on the dock, the Whitefish Chain of Lakes had mail service from the late 1930’s.

This is one of my all time faves.

From Ken Furrer – Taken around 1960 Mom Dad and ME!

Do you have a favorite? You know what to do.

 

 

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17 Responses to “Mothers Day – We Never Forget”
  1. Andy C

    Here is me, my brother, father, and most importantly, my mother. BTW, I just got this boat back after 30 years of being out of the family. It is a 1958 century coronado that was special ordered without the white on the sides.

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  2. Mark Edmonson

    Mom &a Dad in the middle, on our 1955 21′ Capri heading out the Pine River in St.Clair,MI after a picnic of woody boaters cia 1982

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  3. Scott Dunsmoor

    Hi All. Here is young Susan Dunsmoor going over the Big Chute marine railway circa 1951 approx 12yrs old and the second picture is Mom celebrating our purchase of the same boat The Traveller in 2013. HAPPY MOTHERS DAY to all the Moms in woodyboater land.

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  4. Mark Edmonson

    My wonderful wife and mother Debbie, with our son Connor Happy Mothers Day

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  5. Dennis Mykols

    Here are my Mom and Dad in the mid-1990’s still cruisin after buying their first boat in 1949. This was in “The Keeper” a 1973 Slickcraft 23 hardtop.

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  6. Tparsons56

    These pictures are of my mom, Anne Parsons, during the mid sixties when we would take our 1951 Chris Craft 31 Express from Michigan to Canada each summer. After my dad passed she bought her own boat and learned to drive and navigate at age 70. She was a regular fixture in Marco Island for many years until her passing in 2007

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  7. Kelly Wittenauer

    Love all the vintage photos! 1972 – My mom & brother at the helm of the 1959 Chris Craft 23′ cruiser my family had in the ’70s.

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  8. m-fine

    How do you guys post vintage photos? I can’t find the slot to insert a Polaroid into my phone.

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      • m-fine

        LOL,

        I even worked for Kodak at one time. Well, I can’t find anyone who will develop my Disc film or even my 110 rolls, and my phone can’t read them either.

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  9. Troy in ANE

    Here is Mom in her CC “Yorktown”. (Not a vintage shot, but very cool) We have a very old pic on Mom and Dad in an old wooden boat name “Sea Clam” but it is not digitized.

    Here is Sandi in one of her world famous “Header” shots.

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