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Two boat loads of fun

We had a big windstorm pass through right before the HQ Agency party, and then 3 hrs of magic light, and no wind.. So we gathered up the crew and went out for a 45 minute sunset ride, and BAM, and then the wind came back. Its like the gods decided. A little boat time is a good thing for everyone.

A shot of me taking a shot

These following images are from some of my agencys crew. Its always interesting to see what others see.

Rides and Smiles..and wine.

The back of my head

The side of my fat head

Big smiles. I have worked with him for over 25 years.

Back at the ranch

The Boatress was working the bar

The fire pit was a huge success

The temp dropped to around 65. Like winter here.

Inside all was calm

Yesterdays header.

And just like that, the next morning. All was calm in the world. Plus a little Jesus light action


10 replies
  1. mahoganymadness
    mahoganymadness says:

    My morning routine is in ruins …stock market losses, fbfacebook is ehh…. the only constant was Woodie boater..by 630 am…now its anywhere from 5am(that was a rare one) to 10am…..oh the humanity of it all!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    • Bilge Rat
      Bilge Rat says:

      That probably would be a good idea. He needs a new marketing plan. Now photoshop a picture of Charles III standing on the king plank of Wecatchem.

  2. Art
    Art says:

    All is good Matt, I took this Saturday to sleep in toooo, also very rare for me.

    That short boat ride, with crew, looks like fun to me!!

  3. Mark in Ohio (sometimes da U P)
    Mark in Ohio (sometimes da U P) says:

    Looks like a fun time. I am glad to see a finger in one of your shots. Even if it is a thumb.

  4. Michael Maddox
    Michael Maddox says:

    That shot from the bow is superbly well-done!

    I originally thought it was a drone shot, until I saw the empty captain’s seat & some of the comments. Worth the risk for a shot like that, imho. That’s why I absolutely love used DSLRs! They’re cheap to replace in the event of getting damaged, and the resolution & optics have been BEYOND sufficient for at least the last 15 years… especially since print has become a niche market.

    Anyway… Kudos on that shot!

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