Algonac

The big 100 year celebration in Algonac is now at capacity for boats. Not people, or smiles, laughs, and friendship. The good folks in Algonac have an endless supply of that to share. So bring piles of smiles, and bad woody jokes. They are ready. If you are planning on going, hotel rooms are booking up. But it would make a great day trip for many of you close enough.

Chris Craft HQ back in the day in Algonac

This is a once in a lifetime event. Okay, maybe in another 100 years you all can tell me I was wrong. Hopefully by then, all the trolls little troll decedents will have all been shipped to planet troll, a place of bitter people who complain about each other as a love language.

The entire planet is run by the Queen of all trolls, They call her The Karen, her number two is called The Manager, and they rule the universe in a spew of negativity, thus creating a power source to feed off and propel positive energy thus allowing us all to have free electricity.  For real. We need Trollites, to keep the universe going.Of course a current Troll will disagree with me, and somehow it all works.

Are you ready?

Algonac water, and Mahogany. Completes the life of a classic boater

AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH

 

Why for gods sake are you still reading this. I cant stop writing it, and…. Okay, I am just going to stop now. Really. STAY TUNED FOR UPDATES ON ALGONAC on June 24th. Okay the 25th as well.

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10 Responses to “Algonac Show Is Full, Breaking A Record. I Want To Talk To The Manager.”
  1. Troy off Cape Cod, MA

    I posted this pic and comment a couple of days ago, but since it was late in the day it got missed.

    Sorry dreed, not going to make the canal this year.

    “I would have LOVED to keep cruising up the Hudson, across the Erie and made it to the show, but it just is not in the card.”

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    • Mark in Ohio (sometimes da U P)

      Cooool picture Troy! That has to be a great feeling to motor by Miss Liberty. You have had quite a trip. When you get home. Write it up with pictures, and send it to Matt to put on WB. We would all love to read it.

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  2. Greg Lewandowski

    I guess it’s a good problem to have. With 90 total boats including 20+ cruisers and two Chris Craft Land Cruiser travel trailers, we are out of room. If you haven’t registered, sorry, but please come join us for the show on Saturday 9:00 to 4:00. We will be celebrating 100 years with all the bells and whistles. Food, ice cream, live music, kids activities , free boat rides, field of dreams and vendors.
    WOOHOO!

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  3. Carl Garmhaus

    Don’t forget that really, really beautiful Caribbean style Blue water!!

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  4. MikeM

    Full!!?? That is BS!!

    What about all the people who like to wait till the last minute?? What about them? They wait till the last minute, complain about the late fee, complain about their slip and then complain about the judging or the food or the weather!!?? They’re gonna be pissed!!

    Sorry I can’t make it but feel lucky to have made the voyage from Port Huron a few years ago!! What an experience. Congrats on what will be an amazing show!!!

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    • Greg Lewandowski

      Spoken like a man with real world experience. I’m glad you enjoyed Boat the Blue.

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  5. ART

    Matt your header today is SPOT ON……….It would have made a MUCH better poster for the CC 100th, IMHO

    The one they did is ok for a “committee” venture .

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