Erika outside of the main lake Market. Photos Bob Kays

Erika outside of the main lake Market. Photos Bob Kays

As promised yesterday we said we would introduce you to Miss Woody Boater Erika Simmons. Erika has been the General Manager of the famous Main Lake Market for a couple of years, and has worked there since it opened in 2006. Loves Lake Hopatcong  and wood boats. She also loves it when you donate to Woody Boater.. Hey, ya didn’t think you would just be able to look at pictures today. This is a pledge drive!

This photo shoot was all set up for the big lake Hopatcong Calendar for 2016

This photo shoot was all set up for the big lake Hopatcong Calendar for 2016 But you don’t have to wait til then.

 

Erika even went out and found vintage style bathing suits for the shoot. Wow!

Erika even went out and found vintage style bathing suits for the shoot. Wow!

 

Erika at the helm of Shazam, Note the dash, twin Grey marine fireball 160 hp engines!, Really there is a dash there.

Erika at the helm of Shazam, Note the dash, twin Grey marine fireball 160 hp engines!, Really there is a dash there.

 

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Always time to go for a swim!Did we mention we get soaked every month for web hosting, Your generous donations go a long way to help!

 

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Don! Smile, there is a stunning gal on your engine hatch! Don? Don?

Thanks for tuning into Woody Boater today, and a huge thanks to the many that donated today, if you have not donated yet, please scroll your mouse over there on the next column and donate. Otherwise we will need to keep showing Miss Woody Boater photos.. Wait, that may not be a good idea.. OK how about this, if you keep donating we will keep the photos coming! It’s up to you!

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11 Responses to “Meet Miss Woody Boater Erika Simmons – Oh And Donate Today!”
  1. m-fine

    I heard that if people don’t donate, you will publish the pictures of Texx in his speedo lounging on a pontoon boat.

  2. Troy in ANE

    NO NO!

    Please NO!

    I will even donate again if you promise not to publish those.

    LOVE the theme you are going with though.

  3. Brian Flaherty

    Sir Declan demanded that I donate after seeing the threats about Texx in a speedo…

    First he was excited about “Miss Woody Boater” and was all

  4. Brian Flaherty

    I also have a candidate for “Miss Tupperware Boater”…

    • Brian Flaherty

      That is our ’69 Cavalier Ski Boat (#016 of 100 and actually sold and titled as 1968!

  5. Wilson

    I thought so….The model had a checkered career…designed in ’68 as a Commander, sold in ’69 as a Cavalier and sold in 1970 as a Corsair. (See Essential Guide to C.C.) Color options…Red, red or red. Really great boat but very few seem to have lasted. I had the 1970 model and sold it last year to Denny Naylon in Ohio. There was one at the ACBS International show in Coeur d’ Alene last year but they had changed the engine, put a swim platform on it and made some other changes. Wish I had mine back

    • Brian Flaherty

      We were really trying to make the international show last year, since we live so close, but we had a 1 year old who at that time was not fond of the boat… I would really like to see another one in person! We are in the midst of a “usable restoration” so this winter I will finally strip all the hardware and get the paint/gel-coat restored back to all red on red on RED… Other than the tuck-and-roll vinyl interior, eggshell bottom paint and the horn our is all documented original (even down to the two digit Washington State registration numbers!).

  6. Wilson

    Mine was all original but red fiberglass was faded except under the hardware where it had never been exposed to sun light. The horn never worked but could probably have been fixed. I always wanted to up grade the bowlight so it would hold a flag. The one at Coeur’ d’ Alene had done that. Interesting…It looked like mine had no right rear chock but later I found it under the rear seat. I guess the workers went to lunch when she came down the assembly line and just never installed it. I think the successsive owner is repainting or re gelcoating mine. I got some mail from a fellow in California who had repainted his and it looked pretty good.