We got this story late yesterday from Fellow Woody Boaters “Captain Grumpy” Randy and his Grumpet.. Lee, and daughter, Grumpheiress- Ali Rush, it’s better than my made up stuff.. What a fun place for a show and perfect lake Take it away Randy and Lee..
Thundershowers raged Friday evening, but blue skies opened up Saturday morning, July 30 as classic boaters in NH readied for the38th Annual Lake Winnipesaukee Antique & Classic Boat Show in Meredith, NH. Below Randy Rush and his daughter, Alison head to Meredith Bay for the show.
Crowds swelled all day long as viewers enjoyed the beautiful sunny day and the sight of over 70 vintage and classic boats on the docks in the picturesque town of Meredith, NH. The show was sponsored by the New England Chapter of the ACBS. www.necacbs.org and featured Hackercraft boats and a “Field of Dreams” for the first time where classic boats were offered for sale.
· 1959 Century Resorter “Miss Margate”, owner, Anthony Antico
· Captain Grumpy, Randy Rush of Milford, NH had an unusually “ungrumpy” day as he enjoyed the show with his daughter, Alison. They displayed the latest Grumpy treasure,”Accolades”, a 1963 CarVer
Former US Mail boat, known now as “The Great Escape”; 30’ 1926 Hubert Johnson Cruiser, owned by Ron & Linda Largy Above