A Perfect day at the Bar Harbor Supper Club docks! – Aerial photo Texx
Saturday at the huge 2015 Woods And Water Event on Gull Lake was a massive hit. Without a doubt the top show we have ever been at. We all agreed, that this event had all the elements of what could be part of the future of events.
A Record turn out, plus double last years fund raising. The future is here!
Twin 1961 Chris Craft Continentals.
Some amazing boats, young attractive people, and most of all, fun!
Hip cool attractive people love Woody Boats
So do really, really old dead people.
We have officially renamed Jimmy to James since he is the best driver hands down! Forward James, Don’t hit the dock James. Chase that boat would you James.
We missed nothing, James at the wheel, while setting up a shot
The Woods And Water gang just flat out have blown away everyone. Yesterday alone we shot over 4,000 photos on three cameras shooting all day. We were everywhere one could be to make it happen, in yards across from the event, on the trusty Freedom Boat Service 1993 150 hr Century, with a whopping 350 that could chase down any boat.
The three big guns talking about the possible use of a Submarine. Dave Bortner of Freedom Boat Service, host John Allen of The Bar Harbor Super Club, and Dane Anderson from Woody Boater Photographer and Minnesota reporter, actuality taking it seriously! Really, we have rigged up a go pro on a torpedo! Really!
Headed out for a shoot! James at the Helm, and Dane Shooting – Texx Helicopter shot
Tex shooting away
We also were given the keys to Lee Anderson’s amazing helicopter and took full advantage of the amazingly generous offer. Texx was up in the air firing away while Dane and I were searching the water ways for unsuspecting mahogany to show up.
“Will-O” 1927 22′ Chris Craft Cadet, headed out on Gull Lake. Brought to the show as a tribute to Bill Robertson, still owned by the Robinson Family!
See you tomorrow on Woody Boater!
As you might expect, we will be bringing you all some amazing exclusive photos from Woods And Water through out the week. So stay tuned. In the mean time, we hope you enjoyed the small appetizer of megapixels.
And of course it aint over until someone gets towed home. 1948 26′ Nezzie F.S. Crate Custom Triple had some carb issues. Why risk it!
Special thanks to Nicholas – API Group Chief Helicopter Pilot for providing Wayne Davis and I with many outstanding vantage points to shoot from on Saturday. His talent and experience in the helicopter made for a very enjoyable and memorable experience. – Texx