Did I get enough Woody Boater branding in there?

Okay, this story may have some loop issues. And I am not going to publish the story, but rather do a story on the story with a click at the end to go to the story. So if you want, you can just skip all the rest of this story to the CLICK and your brain will be less confused than it was about 5 minutes ago.

What? I didnt do that? That poor little bed.. Its been …we;;… ABRUSED…

Really? you are still reading? Why, all your gonna do is click and read again. That’s a whole lotta reading for one day. I will warn you, the article is all spelled correctly… I think… not that I would know. And it’s just one more nice boost to our passion.

The Office

The other good news is the Railway is up …..and down running. Power is restored and the concrete is due to make it here on Tuesday. Boats are in the shop, and so is some furniture in the HQ Penthouse office. WHY? WHY, WHY do I bait Troy? I warned you to just CLICK HERE ON THE ARTICLE! 

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13 Responses to “Chesapeake Bay Magazine Does A Story On The Railway, So We Are Doing A Story On The Story.”
  1. Greg Lewandowski

    Nice story and updates. That’s about the cleanest fanciest and most well organized shop I have ever seen. Congrats again!

  2. Chug-A-Lug

    You’re lucky that dog bed wasn’t full of those static charged tiny pellets,

  3. Troy in ANE

    Great update!! The railway looks AWESOME!!!

    Looks like it is really a Bruiser Penthouse. I think you should find poor Bruiser a Bruisette.

  4. Jerome

    Greg. Your comments about Matt’s shop are true until one visits Art’s shop on Harsen’s. Also very nice.

    • Greg Lewandowski

      Jerome, I have seen Art’s shop and you are correct. He can compete with Matt!

    • Art

      Thanks Jerome and it’s called Arts Barn, but there are no horses (or little dogs tearing up shit) in it.

  5. John F Rothert

    And the article is by Larry Chowning one of the primo boating writers on the planet and a super nice guy.

    Good for the cause.

    John in Va Going Boating today

  6. Mrs Jolly Roger

    I read an article that said if I brought my boat in you could work on my bottom.

    • Art Armstrong

      At least your bottom is following CDC guidelines…. no mask

  7. Don Palmer

    Wow Matt, I would take a seat there anytime and feel real comfortable! A little sunshine warming the place and perfect surroundings, especially if Bruiser is there! (and you too!)

  8. Duster

    Very nice. Love the shot of the HQ meeting room. What that room needs is one of those Seiko ships clocks we saw at the market in Clayton. Just the perfect colour accent for that wall.

  9. Jeff Funk

    Looks like a great spot for a Monte Cristo and some aged bourbon.