Laughing All The Time

Laughter connects us all, regardless of time

One of the things I have noticed is in old photos you rarely see people laughing. Heck even smiling. It’s hard to fake a smile, and defiantly a good laugh. I suppose it has something to do with the cameras of the day and time it took to point and shoot. Lets just say there was a ton of posing for the camera. But here at Woody Boater we are on a mission to capture as much joy as possible.

A good laugh at HQ made my decade.. My sould that much better

The Boatress and Suzy 2 at the royal wedding here at HQ

Young love

He’s laughing inside!

The Lens gang

Happiness is a boat ride

Smiles have no borders


A classic WoodyBoater smile

I was smiling

A Lake Dora classic smile from the way back machine

The Boatress always makes me smile


A great LaDonne smile

Working on Stinky at Katzs! I start laughing the second I walk in the dorr there.

Everything on the planet enjoys a good laugh!

12 replies
  1. Old Salt
    Old Salt says:

    Old Salt Senior smiling with his friend Pete circa 1957.
    17’ sportsman deluxe Chris Craft 1956
    16’ Chris Craft Cavalier utility 1957

  2. John Rothert
    John Rothert says:

    Hey great smiles…you gotta smile….Tornado warning here last night and wet snow this morning…terrible hanger on cold and cough…you think it is better and bam, right back on you…not smiling about having given it to my snowbird friends that stayed with me on their way south last week….oh well….smile…keep smiling….this too shall pass John in Va

  3. Arnie
    Arnie says:

    My biggest smile and laugh this past year involving woody boating was watching someone checking for a spark plug spark on an old outboard! It still makes me smile when I think of it. We’ll done Matt!

  4. Lee Wangstad
    Lee Wangstad says:

    One of my favorite old-time, no-holds-barred, from the gut laughing shot. This gal knows how to have a good time and is not afraid to show it!

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