Come on in and sit a spell – and yes, new chairs are on their way. Stay tuned
Today we are due a Railway Update, okay, we are not due I got a lot of stuff done and some good photos, so thats todays story. Its a lifestyle story. Which for the record has been my goal from day one. To celebrate the lifestyle of WoodyBoating. IT’S NOT JUST ABOUT THE BOAT. You can find that any place these days.
We placed a Johnson on the skiff as a cool site to see. And the Horoldo Riviara Shed is gonna be a block buster event. We dont know whats in there. And will open it together. And if you dont think I am not going to milk that sucker, than you dont know us here.
Pea Wee is currently indoors for some new supports, and well, while she is here she can hold some cushions looking for a home here
Mr B walks around with his leash 24/7
Old paint colors, varnish and general supplies are getting organized.
Screws! Screws and more screws..oh and nails, nails and more nails, oh and
Parts and supplies are starting to take some sort of shape-ish
Need a Zinc? I got zincs? I have everything including the kitchy zinc?
Could this be the ultimate Woody Boater header? Its got it all. TEENAGERS. UGH.. STOP THAT.. MR. B. STOP THAT. 2 weeks, and its .. well. no more Mr B’s.. Shhhh, he doesnt know..
YIP YAP is getting the beauty makeover this weekend
That shape is a Butler Skiff template for a side. What a wonderful work of art. The CC sign is signed by Chris Smith, but may be too new for the space? Maybe the THAYER IV transom
Saturday morning hangout space is getting there.
So enjoy it, I know you do..even though you say you don’t. I have stats. And nothing has changed in over 13 years. Boat Babes is our number one clicked category by 3 fold. Then barn finds. If now we could only find a barn find babe, it would be click bait gold!
See those taller bars? Thats clicks. Fights = clicks, chicks = clicks, and thank god, gratuitous boat pics = clicks.
Mr B now has a cape. He has special click powers. BTW Mr B is now his super power name. He is a mild manner Bruiser in normal life, and then. MR B!
Matt did you say something about “Barn find Babes”?
Yes this is my daughter peaking out the window on her wedding day in “The Boat Barn”.
Pic was too large, but Matt might have fixed it my now.
Here she is in the same “Boat Barn” just a few years earlier.
Yes, it is a lifestyle!
While Sam got ready in the barn her groom, Jason, was readying himself in American Beauty.
That looks like an awesome wedding venue!
Just get rid of those Tupperware chairs and motor and you will be all set and and everything will look like it belongs
You nailed it today! Keep doing what cha doin!! 99.9% of us clickers love the lifestyle. The other .1%? Who cares? Just sayin’
Troy, try to remember that those girls whose pictures you are posting are somebodies daughter!!!!
And it was an AWESOME venue. (we are also bare foot)
Matt, on the bench behind the table saw is a vice, and yes I have many vices, with a structure that goes to the floor……..what is it for?
I think that the CC sign goes as well as the other CC signs……keep it.
Matt,how did you teach Mr B to fold his bedding like that.
Wow how cool is that place! Agree Chris Craft sign though nice is too bright and fresh for that area. Replace the brown Kennedy machinist tool chest with a vintage wooden Gerstner machinist tool chest that would look right at home there.
Can’t wait for MR B to tear open his bed.Hope you’re not varnishing.Those beads will stick to everything.What no puddle next to trailer tire?
I went out to my boat barn last weekend. I finally decided on her name and put it on the transom.
It’s lookin’ gooooood!!!!!! Obviously Mr. B loves it.
The posts and railings on those parts room steps are really cool.
Looks incredible but I agree with you on the CC sign, very nice sign, but to new looking.
Just got back from a long road trip day (sadly no boats involved) . Took time to read WB. Good stories Matt and Troy!
I got one of those capes too. Uncle Joe sent it to me. Supposed to stop lead poisoning.
great stuff troy….missed it while Going Boating,
John in Va