Kinda says it all – photo Bob Kays
We got home to Woody Boater HQ last night and today we are catching up with some of the shots from this weekend. Bob Kays and I were running around shooting all sorts of stuff and then reporting as it happened. i missed some of the stuff that told a story. So today we recap some of what you may have missed this weekend if you did not tune in. You can look at the stories from below this story and catch up from the bottom up to relive the drama..
We received this photo yesterday from fellow Woodyboater Jeffrey Budd who just happened to shoot this on SUNDAY at roughly 3:30 PM just 12 hours before the roof caved in. Note the snow build up on the two roof lines. AMAZING!
Just yesterday. No roof line, sign etc.
The little Model 99 still sits down a floor from her original perch. holding up the wall.
Tommy worked his ass off! 630 AM til dark.. Climbing, lifting.. Here he took a 5 minute break.
Back to work.
Up and up and away – photo Bob Kays
To be honest, we thought this boat was toast! Not so!
Side Car… Survived.. photo Bob Kays
Leave it to the Texaco man to hold up its end of the bargain.
Original paint Cavalier. Just some damage on the windshield on a quick glance.
Oh, and I fell in love with this little plastic Century! 427 Ford.. Ok, maybe its to soon to lust..
The exact Moment that Absolute was looked at! Dang
And the official Woody Boater Boat of the month if not the year. The little Chris Craft Riviera. We are going to do an entire story on her. Needless to say, sitting right there, your looking at about a two hundred thousand dollar boat! And worth every penny!