Click on image, it should pop up larger, then drag to your desk top.. Have fun

Here ya go.. A fun poster for your screen. The shot was taken on our iphone on lake Tahoe durring the Tahoe show. “Barnwood” is an amazing Tahoe Winning Original Chris Craft Sedan, owned by Paul and Karen Harrison. Restored by Lake Oswego Boat Co.. Enjoy

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15 Responses to “Woody Boater Wall Paper”
  1. Don Ayers

    How about a lesson on how to set up the background on your desk top???

    When I do this the picture is enlarger way too much. My setting at at 1200 X 800.

    What can I do to have the properly sized image?

  2. matt

    I resized it to 1200 for ya.. Hope that helps. If that doesnt, try the settings on your computer for FIT SCREEN

  3. Paul H.

    Thanks Matt – Great idea.

    Can you guys start putting one up every month so those us us so incliced can rotate amongst different boats?

  4. matt

    Thats a better idea.. Done.. Consider this one the start.. We can do them with themes .. Fantastic idea. Dang, and I just threw this up there. I have been working on a poster series, but I like this idea better.

  5. Alex

    We interrupt today’s posting for this special bulletin.

    Last night, a WoodyBoater fan, whose name has been withheld for his safety, was at The Islander. There, he intercepted WB-codified texts, between Matt and Texx.

    “Whatcha doin’?”
    “Drinkin’. You?”
    “Same. Like there’s anything else to do when the boats are in the sheds.”

    “Any ideas for tomorrow’s blog?”
    “Uh uh. Ten beers ago, maybe. You?”
    “Nah. Before the Jäger and shot-skis, maybe. But now? I can barely see the keyboard.”
    “Well, we gotta do somethin’ man, pressure’s on.”
    “I know, I know… Thinkin’…”

    “That idea of yours yesterday, slappin’ up the cheesy water pump article — freakin’ brilliant!! These people are so hooked, they’ll read ANYTHIN’! We got ’em drugged! By the way, you owe me 5 bucks. I win that bet. Told ya they’d all log in, sucka! Or, should I say, suckas! Like pigs to the trough. Btw, not only did I win the bet, I got 4 extra hours sleep ’cause of it. I owe you one, man.”
    “Forget it. Just buy me a boat. Ha.”

    “…Man, I’m still stumped….”

    “Me too…”

    “Know what? Screw it. I got performance anxiety. And it’s only 2:00 am, way too early to go home and blog. Let’s just throw up a pic of Paul’s boat. He’ll love it. Karen’ll love it. Everyone will love it. Who gets bored looking at pics of boats?!?” Certainly not our lot a WB junkies.”
    “You’re right again. That’s brilliant. Fire up the random-banner-generator. Do it.”

    “Done.”

    “What about tomorrow’s posting?”
    Jeeze! I’m a blogger, not a magician! One brilliant idea at a time man.

    Cheers!

    • Al Benton

      Don’t reveal the name of your source, now we have an insider of what these two will drink up (oops, I mean think up) for tomorrows blog.

      That was hellarious (now I need to change my pants from laughing so hard).

    • Randy Rush-Captain Grumpy

      Sounds like Alex missed his calling-creative wriiting!

    • Rick

      Even though it’s made of wood it still looks like it has no soul. It could just has easily been made of fiberglass or metal and had a wood pattern applied. Just because it can be done doesn’t mean it should. I don’t like it as a wood boat.

  6. Rick

    Beautiful picture but a little blurry full screen for the desktop. Wonder if you thought it was the beers.

  7. John Baas

    Saw Barnwood at the Lake Geneva ACBS International in September. Outstanding craft! Thanks for the poster.