Rocky Mountain Pete & Son Visiting Smith Mountain Lake Last year

Reporting live from the Woody Boater Mobile Unit, just crossed the Mississippi River under the arch in St Louis on our way to Boulder. Plans are in place to start a bureau there. A Woody Boater Boulder Bureau, A Woody Boater Boulder Bureau, A Woody Boater Boulder Bureau,.. ha, say that three times. Also the home of Woody Boater Pete Woods and the Rocky Mountain Classics ACBS chapter… More to come.

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4 Responses to “Heading West, A Woody Boater Boulder Bureau, In The Works.”
  1. Anonymous

    I did not know that you could get from the mississippi to boulder, unless you are headed up the colorado. I thought that in some years there would not be enough water. I boat on the Great Lakes and the St. Lawrence River. I guess I am spoiled with what seems to be an endless supply. In reality I have watched water levels change dramaticly over the years. Luckly you need only a few inches18" to slip in a Lyman with an outboard.

  2. Anonymous

    That last comment is Classic.

    You shouid have slowed down long enough to say Hey while enjoying that Gateway Arch. You drove within a mile of my home (by St. Louis Airport) just off I-70. I would have treated you to lunch at Chuck-A-Berger, the last of the Drive-Ins with live car-hops. Maybe on your way home.

    Al

  3. Anonymous

    You can't fool me…thats Smith Mt. Lake in the background! See you there in a month with a trailer full of goodies.

  4. WoodyBoater

    Ha,Speaking of the Smith Mountain Lake Show, That is fast aprouching us, and a must attend…