Two Bobs, Bob Rice, Bob Larson in Rockets – Lake Hopatcong. Where is the third?

Every now and then a fun observation comes along. You may be trying to figure out the K thing. or not. It’s actually a simple thing, that happened durrng a photo shoot for next years Lake Hopatcong Poster and Calendar. The two big winners are shot.. wait, not that way, although that would make an interesting show. People running for last place.No look at the dry wall screws I used. Varnish? Ha! I used Clear spray paint! My engine? Briggs and Stratton!  Anyway, Shot as in photographed by Bob “K”ays.. See..

Three Bobs

So here you have a fun behind the scenes of what it takes to get photos early in the AM. Thanks to Jara who did the shooting. Not that kind. Do I really make another shooting joke. Anyway, I will let the “shots” tell the story. Rough crowd this morning.

Seth prepares Pladtastic

Nowegian Wood backing in

Allen  getting them ready

Getting ready – Right Bob, sure thing Bob, Bob” right, no left? K, AHHHH!

Kays and Katz waiting

Leaving Katzs Marina

Headed out

Bob Kays taking shots from the “boat”

The pontoon boat is great for photo taking

Click!

Shooting Bobs

Click click

Focus Bob

Plastastic shot

Bob Larson having a fun splash

Dang!

Click low angle

Plaid and yellow

Bob Rice enjoying the yellow

Classic

Headed back

Nice light

Now where? Bobs house? Sure Bob, oK? Bob Johnson, Bob Jones, Bot Robertson?

A huge thanks to Bob Kays, Bob Rice, and Bob Larson, Seth Katz, Jara, Allen, and Shawn!  And Katzs Marina for doing an amazing job on these special Rockets

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11 Responses to “Three Bob’s, Three K’s, And Two Rockets!”
  1. floyd r turbo

    Gonna be another great Christmas present I’m looking forward to having (a Bob Kay Calendar, that is…shameless promotion but I’ll never forget Bob’s generosity when my daughter was in ICU for 7 weeks – along with your donations initiated by Kentucky Wonder and followed by WoodyBoater readers). By the way – Alayna’s doing great running 5k’s, 10k’s, and 15k’s (speaking of “K’s”) and living the life of a pauper in the world of fine and studio art.

  2. Capt. Cranky

    A pontoon boat appears in yet another thread! Does anyone make a woody pontoon – not like Kon-Tiki….but ya know…??? Who knows, it might be the next big thing….

  3. Tom McGowan

    Great photos, Bob. Is this for the 2019 calendar or are you already working on 2020? Will be at the lake arriving Labor Day weekend and hoping to be able to pick up the 2019 version.

    • Bob Kays

      Tom the 2019 is available, these photos are for 2020. Hope to see you when you are here.

  4. m-fine

    Wait, 2019 is already available? I am still enjoying “Redwing” from August in the 2018 edition and now I have to think about ordering for next year already? This is like seeing the Christmas displays in stores before Halloween, I am getting stressed!

    Bob, do you do larger prints? I could use some wall art in my office.

  5. floyd r turbo

    My problem is I can’t bear to throw the past year calendars away, just like to keep ’em and browse those great shots again periodically. I think I’m on the edge of hoarding.

    • m-fine

      I have all my past Bob calendars in my office. The non leap year calendars will be correct again in just a few more years.

  6. don danenberg

    Wow, this all is changing so greatly…,
    WHY are transon waterlines so high, Port, and port-side?

    • floyd r turbo

      Interesting observation, didn’t notice it until you mentioned it, then after looking at it I initially thought it was an optical illusion (being yellow was so prominent). With the captain on the diagonal opposite corner, would that cause the port side corner to “bob” up to expose more of the port side corner of the transom?