Bacon SodaM-fine the Boatress has got a drink for you! We are so thankful to all of our fellow Woody Boaters for making the world of classic boats more fun. If you happen to be here today and not eating, or arguing with your aunt Margret or noticing that cousin Tammy is look’n mighty fine these days.. And yes.. That is wrong! Unless you are from West Virginia. OK, OK, OK, today’s story just got off the rails. If you are here, join in and say hi to your Woody Family !  Happy Turkey Day!


« « Previous Post         |         Next Post » »
33 Responses to “Happy Thanksgiving Fellow Woody Boaters”
  1. Bob Kays

    M-fine was just spotted driving through NJ at 80 mph on his way to DC to get that bottle. I prefer the all natural bacon soda myself. Matt is that your picture on the label?
    Happy Thanksgiving fellow Woody Boaters!

  2. Tom Gruenauer

    Happy Thanksgiving to Matt, Mike M. and the gang!!
    PS All the snow is GONE!!

  3. Greg Lewandowski

    A happy Thanksgiving to all the WoodyBoater gang and your loved ones. Don’t worry about eating too much!

  4. m-fine

    Finally a soda worth a try!

    Happy Thanksgiving to all of you in the lower 50, and for our Canadian friends, if you put the holiday on a Sunday, you don’t get a day or two off from work. It is not too late to fix your calendars for next year and join the fun. Heck, it is not too late to take the day off and throw a turkey in the oven now!

  5. Don Nelson

    Happy Thanksgiving All!

    I’m also thankful for the new bottom on the Deluxe which is nearing completion.
    Thanks Sherwood!

  6. Jack Schneiberg

    Happy Thanksgiving to all my Woodyboater friends. But, I’ll pass on the Bacon soda. I do use Baking Soda in my fridge, though.

  7. John Rothert

    Happy Thanksgiving to all readers and posters!
    I am going boating!!!

    John in Va.

  8. Bob Ulrich

    Happy Thanksgiving everyone!!!!!!!! I prefer the bacon cologne myself! 😉

  9. m-fine

    This is really weird. I pulled out my ultimate corn bread recipe that I have painstakingly developed over the last 3 decades and SHOCK!!!! It contains neither bacon nor chocolate! Yet it still tastes great. How can that be?

    No boating here, we got 3″ of snow last night. What was that Bing Crosby song? White Thanksgiving?

  10. floyd r turbo

    Great morning for a half marathon and I’m thankful for the random couple that set up a table at mile 11+ with Wild Turkey shooters mixed with cinnamon schnapps.

    I guess the banjo scene is in reference to kissin’ kousins, lol. But that’s Billy Redden who played the “mute” banjo player. He is a friend of a friend and lives in the mountains between Clayton and Tiger, Ga. and can’t play a lick of banjo – here’s the link

  11. Wilson

    It’s a delightful ( 65 & sunny) Thanksgiving day in Florida….A lot for which to be Thankful.

    Happy Thanksgiving to all….and may your football team win which ever rivalry game it is in.

  12. RiverRat

    I am thankful for woodyboater and the people who keep it going. Good health, good eats and good boating. If you are on the water today let us know. Bacon…just a pinch between your cheek and gum goes a long way.
    Happy Thanksgiving!!

  13. Steve Moreau

    Happy Thanksgiving to everyone hope y’all are well, warm, happy!
    M-fime we make.craklin cornbread I guess n u can use bacon. Try it out and letn us know


    Long Days and Pleasant Evenings with the best of health within you and your loved ones, always … Kevin.

    *For all affiliates, the name used for my page owned by Facebook and Google and Twitter is my given name from birth; Kevin Michael Callhan.

    Thank you. I appreciate WoodyBoater