Stephanie Ryan checks traffic as the group nears its lunch destination on Friday. Stephanie’s 1960 Dorsett Catalina, named Sunburn, is always a crowd favorite. It won the People’s Choice award, voted by people attending the show.
I guess since everything is virtual these days, then I suppose we can do a boat show whenever we want. So why not today, as in winter when we need it most. So today if you kinda embrace your warm weather Chee. Then you are at a show. Right here in Woodyboaterville when its always 75, and flat waters.
Wonderful Hacker at the dock
Snail showed up from 1988
A Neptune Mighty Mite outboard motor rests on the side board of a 1929 Ford Station Wagon, owned by Donna and Thomas Fitzgerald of Selma, NC. The vehicle was well outfitted with appropriate accessories for the hunting and fishing lodge theme applied to it, helping it repeat as the People’s Choice winner of the show.
A show goer looks over the engine compartment of Terry Limehouse’s 1941 Chris-Craft Model 101 during the Hilton Head Island Concours.
Winner of the best lamp award
Al Olsen pilots Popeye, a 1917 Truscott Cabin Launch, back towards his home on Lake Hartwell. Al entertained the Thursday arrivals with a well-documented photo show of Popeye’s voyage through the Erie Canal last fall. He rebuilt the boat in record time, finishing it just before the Erie tour got underway.
Traffic jam at the dock
Emily makes an apearence
The line up
Out for a ride
The Pump, The Lolly Pop! THE BOAT!
Lets do this
Ray Hunt Winner
And of course, it aint a show until!
See ya later, did you bring your boat?