https://www.woodyboater.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/04/Railway-BR-update-2.jpg 1354 800 Matt http://www.woodyboater.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/03/Woodyboater-Logo-White.svg Matt2022-04-12 06:03:362022-04-12 06:34:21It’s Sure Takes A Lot Of Time To Stop Time. Railway Updates For Spring.
It’s Sure Takes A Lot Of Time To Stop Time. Railway Updates For Spring.
We have been on a full court press this past month prepping the Global HQ for two big events for family and friends. More later on those. Nothing like an event to get stuff organized. All this while boats are starting to need the railway and getting ready for summer. Today some more images of stuff being dolled up, and aged to rebuild the clutter look that any decent boatyard needs to embrace. The only “issue” I have is the need to art direct to much. But the good news is all that is temporary, cause one project and all hell breaks loose and she begins to really feel right.
We have also been working on the new old workbench area. WOW, those workbenches are amazing and balance out the work area.
Looks spectacular! One disappointment – the new white toilet. Visit any rehab / recycle shop and find an old toilet (or talk to your favorite plumber. You can buy all new guts for $25 and then you’ve got it. I have a blue one, two yellow ones, and a pink one with green seat
obviously I feel strongly about this!!
HAHAHAHA! I was torterd by removing the yellow one. And not going to throw it away. It was a rust bucket inside
Is that a bm of some type
Very cool Matt, you now own a museum.
Very cool. Needs a single point-of-use water heater for that bathroom sink. Then any visiting ladies will feel right at home.
the paper holder would make a nice wall sconce. If you are like me it will always be organized and covered in an inch of dust. You a great steward of you many charges. Respect
Great stuff…we may cruise up to see it….Happy Easter…Go Boating…taking my Easter Bunny…
John in Va
Amazing. It will never end, the tweaking, collecting and art directing. And that’s a good thing.
Fabulous looking museum of wood boating history!
Yep that’s me………….Dysfunctional Art, however yours is functional.
Good to see a working bathroom. You are fitting right into that collection of ARTifacts. Sure looks like a good place to visit.
It looked like the toilet flange was suspended in mid air but after closer look I see it was just an illusion from the darker wood and you’ve got it screwed down properly. I would’ve used a piece of pressure-treated there but what you’ve got to be OK. Looks amazing.
A hell of a man cave your’e putting together Matt.
All you need is an odd four door sedan from the 1960’s for driving to and from where ever. You could paint the railway on the door and call it a courtesy car. 😁
great pic of you and mr p
Looks great! Except your toilets are modern “one piece”. You need my copper lined oak toilet tank that mounted high up on the wall, from Seattle’s Broadway High School, built in 1902!
It all looks so good. In my mind you did the right thing with the toilet. It’s the one thing that needs to work correctly every time. In our area the water has so many minerals in it apparently that after a few years it clogs those small holes up in the rim and renders it useless. All looks great.
I think the term you are looking for is Harvest Gold!
It has been/is fun to follow along as you create and develop this space! Looks fantastic! What a walk through time!
you need some old classic boating magazines or perhaps a old brass bell for the shelving unit; reading material