In Finland they are true SONS OF VARNISH!

Over 25 years ago, I thought.. mmm, might be fun to get a boat. Naturally my first thought was a used Whaler. Some mid 80’s thing. We loved it. We didn’t own any home on the water but did have access to the water. My pal at the time said.. Watch out, next thing you will need a house… and a hat. I laughed it off. Ya.. hindsite.. Anyway, wood boats where not even in the realm of thought. Not even close. My brain was compaletly void of the thought. It was focused on work, family and dealing with life in a large city.

Germany

Many commented on the caption global HQ in regards to the Railway. Ya, its a goof for sure, but oddly based on a truth. Woody Boater reaches readers from all over the globe. Yup! We have lots of readers and commnetors from Germany, Finland, Sweden, The Netherlands, England, Australia, of course New Zealand, France, South Africa, and yes, even Canada. I have seen on on the App, when it used to work.. UGH, readers from all over, although I suspected that the cluster in India, Vietnam, and Russia are some sort of spam robots. I get calls from China all the time. I think they are telling me my Warrenty is up? Known as Spambots. YES! That’s the sign of global domination. SPAMBOTS!

New Zealand!

Fenderland!

Sweden

The Netherlands

China?

Mars?

So today, we would love to hear from our Woody Globers, wait Globber? Globeer? Ahhh ugh, I am sure it all gets lost in translation anyway.

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18 Responses to “It All Starts With A Boat! Next A Global Headquarters. And Then?”
  1. Greg Lewandowski

    This WoodyBoater from “Where it all Began” was born into wood boats. There was no choice in the matter and I have never regretted it for a minute!

  2. J Dub

    Perth, Western Australia is about as far on the other side of the world as you can get.

  3. Cameron Searle

    Had the house in a marina with a single fixed jetty, but no boat for 10 years. It was a case of what boat to get; rubber duck to dive off? Speedboat to ski behind? Pontoon to entertain off?
    Then 2013 I found my first woodie to restore; a 1958 homebuild with the dimensions of a Healey. Then fell for an 80 year old, beautiful wooden hull with a complete history in our estuary, in 2014 and fitted an inboard into that. I’ve restored a woodie every year since for various people. I now have two floating jetties and three boats ( usually 2 on the water and 1 in the garage) having built my own design, plywood speedboat and am loving them all. We boat all year round so there’s still one season left to cover. Love the new HQ, Matt!

  4. don vogt

    How about the people’s republic of Seattle? It is in a far away state of mind.

  5. RiverRat

    Hello from The Hudson River to The St. Lawrence River to Lake Michigan.

  6. Steve L

    Canada is a big country eh… On the west coast we bring our fenders in.
    Love the new HQ!

  7. Duster

    Kia Ora from New Zealand. Home of The America’s Cup and a growing number of Chris Craft and Century boats. Our annual classic boat show is supposed to be held this weekend Covid lockdown permitting.

  8. Bert

    Matt’s old yard building did remind me of some pre 2nd ww photo’s of our yacht club.

  9. Bert

    No motorboats or runaboats in that period at this club. In the front at the right a typical river fishing boat.

  10. Jeffrey Martinson

    I’m not from Mars, but I am from Portland. A lot of people do think it’s like Uranus.

    • floyd r turbo

      Now that’s funny right there, I don’t care who you are. Always love Uranus jokes in a new context.

  11. Frank@Falmouth

    Dang, I thought maybe someone would chime in from Lake Titicaca! or even Djibouti….. Guess not…..or DID they?