NYC 1992.

This year, marks 20 years of living under the cloud of terrorism. Tomorrow, the 11th is a day I personally will never forget, nor will any of you. How do we honor that day? This weekend? Do we go to church, be sad? Stay indoors. NO! That is exactly what the terrorists wanted. And I refuse to let that happen.

Michigan is ON!

GO GAR WOOD

Oklahoma!

This is the one memorial type of weekend we should go out, go to show, be with others.. MASK PLEASE.. and celebrate the freedoms we have. Stay 6 ft apart please.. By you going out on your boat, you are raising a collective finger to all that try and stop us with fear. BTW, your chance of your boat blowing up because you are an idiot are greater than being hit with an airplane.. Just sayn. And the chances of you breaking down and being towed in..

It can happen to anyone.

Well. I wouldn’t bet against it. But the point is. by you being out there. Waving, laughing, and enjoying life, IS the best way to remember, the best way to say we are sad for all that have died, and lives changed. But those of you with hate in your hearts, will never win. Good always wins. Oh, and get vaccinated, and please be nice to the volunteers at the events.

Please be nice. She is trying to help, and doesnt need your BS..

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5 Responses to “Why Going Woody Boating This Weekend Is Important.”
  1. tparsons56

    Just prepping the boat to take over to the Port Huron “Boat the Blue” show. We will enjoy the weekend but with remembering that fateful day 20 years ago.

  2. Roberta

    I remember seeing those glistening towers many times when flying into Newark on business. Let us never forget.

  3. Kelly Wittenauer

    Interesting juxtaposition of the terror that came from the Middle East 20 years ago, with the ones now upon us via China & DC.

  4. Dennis Mykols

    Only 3 posts at 11 am??? Everyone must be getting their boats shined up for all these great boat shows this weekend.

  5. Art

    …..All shined and did the 25 mile trip on some the BESTest FLATist water I have ever seen from Harsens Island up to Port Huron. Good show…..so far.