Save %15 Durring The Polar Summer Vortex Sale From Fairibault Woolen Mill Co.& Woody Boater.
According to the weather people, it’s gonna be cold this week into next week, since we are expecting a Polar Vortex.. Well, OK, it’s technically not a Polar Vortex but more of a “significant meteorological event”. And yes I had to Google meteorological. Anyway, the temperature is supposed to drop to in the 50’s and 60’s. And you don’t want to be out there Woody Boating with out your woolen blanket. So the good folks at Fairibault have made all us Woody Boaters a special EXCLUSIVE sale. That’s right, just for you, our loyal readers.. Even non loyal readers, that just came here today? Well all ya gotta do is us this special code and Save %15 on all Faribault products!
Here is the secret code.. FFE15 Just click on it and it will take you to the Fairibault site and use the code FFE15 when checking out. Now the big question is, which blanket to get. Well here are some tips from Faribault.
Thanks again to Fairibault Woolen Mill Co. for offering us all a special Woody Boater discount. These blankets are the real deal and look fantastic in your Woody Boat regardless of the weather. Go to the site here and explore and pick the perfect blanket for your interior.
Ours got us through polar vortexes 1 through 157 or so this winter, but we use them on beds, not in the boat. I think I need to add a back bench to squirt before I get a wool throw to dress it up.
Also, our forecast puts us around 80 this weekend so I’d be more interested in a cooling model, or maybe some bacon. Yeah, the maple kind!
Seriously though, they make a great wool blanket, and winter is only a few weeks away.
bacon & wool, perfect together
Bacon will only keep you warm for a few hours, even the maple kind. The blanket will keep your bacon & you warm for a long time.
Ugh! You know it’s going to be a good day when you have to drag a deer carcass out of the way so you can back out of the driveway.
Should have stayed home under a wool blanket.
O’m thinking, this time of year, let’s go to the Chris Craft web site and order a beach towel.
Definitely want to check these out. Please tell me how they compare with the Pendleton motor robes, of which I have about a dozen.
50s and 60s are nightly, and sometimes daily, in a Hessel summer. Which makes for gorgeous cool evening boat rides under blankets, followed by roaring beach fires.
And it’s all over faster than a cicada hatch. (Sigh.)
They have a pretty wide variety of blankets and throws in a variety of colors, patterns, weaves etc. and of course sizes.
Many of the Faribault wool blankets and throws are machine washable, but my cat much prefers to sleep on our Melbourne blanket which of course is a dry clean only style.
I’ve had 2 for years. A great investment.
MAN I am going to have to get me some of those.
Do they come with “WOODYBOATER” embroidered on them?
Not yet, but a woody boater Faribault throw would be almost as cool as a Woodyboater flag! I would buy a couple.
We absolutely could embroider the blankets with “Woody Boater.” I think we can get close to Matt’s font. We have to send them out to do it, so it adds $20 and about a week for delivery. We are in the process of adding that as an option on the website, but it’s not operational yet. Jean can direct you toward designs where embroidery works the best. So just email Jean in customer service and she’ll take care of you customer firstname.lastname@example.org
If you’ve already placed your order, and it’s already shipped, she probably won’t be able to help you. Sorry! You’ll have to order another. Jean will be in tomorrow and out on Friday and Monday enjoying our Minnesota summer, don’t ya know.
I believe the name Woodyboater and the logo are trademarked. You should get permission from Matt (Smith) before ordering anything with his marks.