My Grandmother Sylvia and my dad in 1930, she traveled the U.S. in a tent while my Grandfather surveyed much of our land…and sea
I think this may be our 15th Mothers day together and we have built up quite a library of our Mom’s and well. Its always fun to celebrate it all. Some of us are fortunate enough to have Mom around, and well, some us just have wonderful memories. Therapy has erased all the bad memories. Lets just say there is zero doubt I am my mothers son.
My Mom and Dad WW2 on the left, she was an artist in NYC at the time.
My mother was an amazing artist and that was her passion. She loved us all and always was there. I miss her. But my true blessing in life is the Boatress is an amazing Mom, she is 101% devoted to family, and has raised tow amazing boys. And that is standing ovation worthy, along with her amazing Mother, who is around and doing great, there is zero doubt the Boatress is her Mothers daughter, and the big reason Mothers Day is a huge deal here at the Real HQ.
Betty and the Boatress in a skiff built by family. We still have the skiff BTW
The Boatress and Betty. I am a fortunate slob.
BTW, she put on the hat and took it off in one second. But I got the shot.
Moms are part of our passion.
1972-9 Brian ; Mom on the Chris Craft
My all time favorite Mom image
Ken Furrers Mom in 1948!
Kens Grandomther… OK this is just strange. Hot Grandmas posing! Dang! Your family ROCKS Ken! ROCKS!
Jim, please don’t take this wrong.. But your grandmother is HOT!
The first Mothers Day image we used here at Woody Boater. Still cracks me up.
Family, thanks to great Moms.