For us it’s usually a few days after we return home from an event like the recent Algonac Boat Show in Michigan that we take the opportunity to sit back and reflect on our time spent there… The friendly, warm people and the crystal blue waters of this area represent some of the best classic boating in the country.
When everyone got together on Friday for the boat cruise from the Algonac Harbour Club Marina to the picnic lunch at a private island and then a high speed run along the Algonac Museum, the sun popped out and the water came alive with color. So we just had to share a few more images of that great day with our viewers, in no particular order with no descriptions as the images speak for themselves.
But if you would like to add some text, a comment or a description to any of these individual images, just send them to Texx@Woodyboater.com and we will add them in to the story as quickly as we recieve them. I know Carl will contribute and we love it!
“Crystal Blue Persuasion” is a 1969 song originally recorded by Tommy James and the Shondells and composed by Eddie Gray, Tommy James and Mike Vale. The classic song is described as “A gentle-tempoed groove, “Crystal Blue Persuasion” was built around a prominent organ part with an understated arrangement, more akin to The Rascals’ sound at the time rather than James’s other efforts of the time with psychedelic rock.”
A good headline for these images because in many ways they too represent “A gentle-tempoed groove” gliding across the Michigan water…