This Jolly Roger pedal car that is complete... Can be seen right here on ebay!

This Jolly Roger pedal car that is complete… Can be seen right here on ebay!

Thanks to Ebay, we are able to provide some things that will influence your poor unsuspecting children in the Woody Boater lifestyle. Thats right. You have to start young, no real young.. Before you know it they are asking for a real boat.. And BAM, that’s when they are hooked.

You can read them sleepy time stories with this wonderfully illustrated book.

You can read them sleepy time stories with this wonderfully illustrated book. Right here on Ebay

The hobby needs you dad to do this.. So your kid will smell like varnish his or her entire life, think of all the money she will save on perfume or aftershave!

The Nautical bed!  Right here on ebay

The Nautical bed! Now they can really dream of that dream boat  Right here on ebay

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21 Responses to “Three Ways To Brain Wash Your Kid Into Loving Woody Boats!”
  1. John Baas

    In the family for four generations and they don’t know a rudder from a propeller?

  2. Randy Rush Captain Grumpy

    Love the pedal car, but way too much money! You could by a real boat for that kind of money.

  3. tuobanur

    Have had my grands involved every chance I get, here I’m using some young eyes to sand off any remaining pencil marks, she did a good job by-the-way. 🙂

  4. tuobanur

    and this is when you realize you have taken way to long to restore your boat. 🙂

  5. Grant Stanfield

    “Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it.”

    Proverbs 22:6

    🙂

  6. m-fine

    That Jolly Roger looks more like a chlorox bottle than any glass or plastic boat I have ever seen. No style at all. Put your kid in that and they will end up with a 1980’s Bayliner.

  7. Eric

    My two young boys always choose the little Dunphy for fun on the water…brain wash success!

  8. The Cobourg-Kid

    A little pilot work will stoke their interest. …”Hey Captain Binnacle which of those channels do I follow to get this ol cruiser back to Cobourg?”

  9. brian t

    Frankly I am just amazed that the outboard motor on the little Jolly Roger is still attached. That bit would have been snapped off years ago had it been in my extended family….

  10. Alex

    Lull them to sleep with the sound of a V-8… I still remember this boat ride, though it was almost 9 years ago.

  11. cutwaterguy

    i started out in infant stage 4 my grand kids. built ’em a left to right cradle, then when older a front to back rocking boat.

  12. Ed F.

    4 grand daughters and they all love all the boats but they hold the woodies a little nearer and dearer. They have been to several boat shows and are asking about this summers schedule. The youngest, Ellee is very patiently working with me on her own GlenL.

  13. thomas dial

    at first he was scared of the water, now i can’t keep him out of it.