https://www.woodyboater.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/Sausage-Chrome-Can.jpg 1166 700 Matt http://www.woodyboater.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/03/Woodyboater-Logo-White.svg Matt2018-11-18 07:56:472018-11-18 08:24:06Sausage? Anyone? It’s Sunday!
Sausage? Anyone? It’s Sunday!
Ahhh, nothing like a nice big pile of sausage on a Sunday morning. I will try and find some flap jacks to fill out the day. maybe some grits? OJ? I wonder if anyone???? Has some Bacon? Anyone?
FlapJacks for Troy!
Is “The Duke” really drinking milk?
That last gif is disturbing! Is she trying to use the flapjacks as a turn table? And what is the deal with the bread goat?
I think I will stick to bacon.
Good looking flap jack stack.
Chris Craft gull wing doors ? I have never seen one.
Here you go M-Fine.
I am not sure industrial design is “art” in the normal sense, even though some if it is quite well done. as for the 61 cc continental, I am not sure the rear roof supports are all that inspired from the perspective of the overall design of the boat, as to their location, the holes, etc. However, the boat has a certain charm when placed with its competition, the century coronado, which i think was the impetus for moving cc styling in this direction. Paul Harrison did a fantastic job with the restoration a few years ago of “over the top”, as a great example of this model.
Yup. PURE ART! There are galleries devoted to the Studio Art thing, and yes even some in museums.
Hey….how come Troy gets to have all the fun?
John Wayne spent a lot of time boating in the Pacific Northwest – that photo has to have been a bit staged, as I don’t think he wore the western garb when he was not on a horse! 😉 As for the Chris Craft drawing – I can’t get past the starboard fin rendering – it’s just not quite right…
Troy….are you waffleing about Tavares??? Hint Hinst
John in Va.
Went Boating today…beautiful one on the bay