Lily today, well yesterday!

One of the most thrilling parts of doing this for now over 10 years is we can now look back and watch folks buy boats for the first time, get restored, break down,,,and watch families grow up, But hands down one of my favorite features is the Annual Lily photos.

10 Years of Lily

This all started back when Lily was born and long time Woody Boater Chad Durren, had named is wonderful U18 Lily and we got to see photos of it all together.

Stunning Lily pads on Chads Lake

Lilys Brother Coop, who we only see his back. Like Texx, he is a mystery

Young Cooper! Wearing the colors! Photo Woody Boater Archives!

Well, Guess what? It’s Lily Day again, and wow, what a fantastic tradition and we salute Chad and his entire family for reminding us all, that it’s always about family first.

A Lily Selfie! With Mom and Coop!

4th Of July! With Coop

Lily enjoying a Sunset cruise yesterday

Just sit back and enjoy, the joy of it all

This is what summer is all about

Archive photo of Lily at the show.

Lily years ago!

Lily and Cooper!

Oh, that’s right.. lily crashed a couple of out annual Holiday parties. She has a Mott’s “issue”

Thanks to the Durren’s for sharing Lily and Coop with all of us over the years!

And guess what we have this year! THAT’S RIGHT! Lily at the helm of Lily! Dang!

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10 Responses to “The True joy Of What Woody Boater Is About! It’s Lily Day!”
  1. Mark

    So I am trying to go in the other direction and get one of my kids to name a grandchild after my boat.

    No takers yet for Rocket Man and four boys already. Still holding out hope though …

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  2. Greg Lewandowski

    Great story about a great family and Lily is a charming young lady. Looking forward to seeing Chad and I hope Lily in Port Huron. We feel like sort of distant cousins with boats named Water Lily and Tiger Lily!

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  3. Wilson

    It’s been fun watching Lily grow up but frankly, I’d like to know how to get rid of the lilies that have taken over the water around my dock which used to be crystal clear waters ten years ago.

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    • Old Salt

      Wilson, You have to pull them out at the root! Nothing else seems to work.
      But make sure there are no EPA police around or you might get fined.

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      • Wilson

        You ever see the size and depth of some of those roots ?
        Most I pull don’t seem to come with roots, just a leaf and stem.

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  4. Dane

    Thanks Durrens. Happy Lily Day!

    There is nothing like having access to the water for keeping families together. I’m

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  5. Texx

    Congratulations Chad, you have a beautiful family and a lovely wife. Love the Chris-Craft too! – Texx

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