From Sea to shining sea!

I love July 4th, to me its one of the most wonderful days of the year. No gift pressure, just family, and sunshine. And lot’s and lots of boating. THis year the holiday is right smack dab in the middle of the week, so many here have taken the week off. Wow! Here in Reedville its a huge deal, with a parade and fireworks over the water. All on Saturday though, so we really get to milk the fun.

Red white and wooohooo!

Flags a flying

Today lets celebrate the Red White and Blue! And get out there and show them your Mahogany!

A classic from lake Hopatcong. Bob Kays photo

Flags and beach

Red white a blew me away

Filling up on a full tank of AMERICA

Chad Durren fueled up in American Style for this weekend

Sometimes the sunsets can help the red white and blue

Tahoe!

Michigan

Lyman love RED WHITE & BLUE engine

The Pointer Sisters celebrate Red White & Blue in BW

Great name Image Courtesy Alan Doak

Guess which boat I choose today!

Okay okay! The grand finally! Post yours today!

 

 

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12 Responses to “Happy Birthday! Now Get Out There You Crazy Kids!”
  1. Greg Lewandowski

    Happy 4th of July to WoodyBoaterville!
    We should have a contest to guess whose ensign that is in the Michigan photo. I think I recognize the sea wall in the background.

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  2. John Rothert

    Happy 4th to all….and aren’t those the POINTED sisters….

    John in Va.

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  3. Gary Van Tassel

    The KAVALK Classic 19 is fueled up and ready to go. Heading for Yorktown, where it all came together. Lunch at the Yorktown pub, not far from the battle field and British General Cornwallis’ Cave. History abounds, nice place to celebrate the 4th.

    Gary VT also in VA

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  4. Dennis Mykols

    HAPPY FOURTH to all our WoodyBoater crew!
    Finally, some hot, dry sunny 5 day stretch of “PURE MICHIGAN” WEATHER TO ENJOY.

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  5. Bill and Linda

    Red, White and Blue on the beach. Linda doesn’t have a flag; is this ok?

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  6. m-fine

    Happy 4th! Today is a BBQ day more than a boating day, but our Red White and Blue Bicentennial Penn Yan will get a couple hours on it for sure.

    Ribs are on…

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  7. floyd r turbo

    Those are the best series of photos ever, I’m blown away. Unfortunately, since my boat motor is toast, I spent the morning with 60,000 of my running friends instead of on the water. They don’t call it Hotlanta for nothing. Respectable time for an 69 year old in this heat 1:03:20 for a 10k.

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