This stunning shot in from Dennis Ryan from Antique Boat Center out on Dick Warners Lyman. Man oh man, that looks sweet..

This stunning shot in from Dennis Ryan from Antique Boat Center out on Dick Warners Lyman. Man oh man, that looks sweet..

The photos are starting to come in from Idaho. looks like folks are starting to have some kinda fun. Not sure what kinda fun. but its some kind of it what ever it is.

This one in from Chuck Kelly, no caption, so we get to make it up. PARTY! Its Bring your own varnish.. last one out pull the drain plug!

This one in from Chuck Kelly, no caption, so we get to make it up. PARTY! Its Bring your own varnish.. last one out pull the drain plug!

Also from Dennis Ryan. A 1972 Fiberglass Lyman.. NOW... Dennis.. There ya are, in paradise.. With amazing woody boats.. And we get a plastic Lyman.. Nice wave.. A plastic lyman, Anyone guess what Dennis likes? Anyone?

Also from Dennis Ryan. A 1972 Fiberglass Lyman.. NOW… Dennis.. There ya are, in paradise.. With amazing woody boats.. And we get a plastic Lyman.. Nice wave.. A plastic lyman, Anyone guess what Dennis likes? Anyone? OK, Wait, that may be Greg Jackson, he loves his plastic lyman.. And come to think of it, I liked Gregs plastic Lyman in Florida.. Mmmmmm Maybe there is something here..

 

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6 Responses to “Neither Rain, or Shine-ish, Will Stop Woody Boaters From Woody Boat’n In Coeur D’Alenee”
  1. Rick

    About the header……At the point that you have water above and under the boat isn’t that more like submarineing? Also didn’t their parents ever tell them NOT to put plastic bags over their heads?!

  2. Troy

    Good to see there are people who aren’t afraid to get their boat wet.

    It stinks when I have to get a calculator out to coment.

  3. Matt B

    It was wet, wet, wet and a rough ride back. But it still beats being at work. Hopefully today will be dryer, but the weather man does’t seem to think so.

  4. Paul H.

    Even though the skies were threatening and rain a near certainty, almost every single one of the 42 boats registered for the pre-event at Priest Lake went out – now that was great spirit. Those of us in lapstrakes (even plastic ones) faired just fine – as did our friend Carrell from Regina, Sasksatchewan in his ’48 25′ Sportsman Sedan – full of people very happy to be on a sedan!

  5. floyd r turbo

    Lots of folks like that big ol’ Lyman including these 2. Thought someone pulled the trigger down in Tavares but maybe not. I’d take any boat for a ride on Priest right now but work beckons. Damn almighty dollar (and credit card bills).