The New Hampshire Boat Museum Boathouse Tour.

The New Hampshire Boat Museum this year did their annual boathouse tour virtually. And got On Golden Pond Writer Earnest Thompson to introduce it. Dang! The cool thing about the video is I watched the entire thing? Me? Mr A.D.D. My attention span is that of a 2 year old after eating a box of Sugar Smacks. The tour is slow. Earnest sure knows how to use those word things.

You can’t skip ahead. And well. I LOVED IT! For a brief 45 minutes this morning I slowed down. I fell in love with the area, and the folks that shared their stories. A huge thanks to fellow Woody Boater “Capt Slats” Sean Slattery for sending us in the link!  BTW, you have to click here to the site. I can’t embed it. So grab a cup of coffee, AND CLICK HERE 

10 replies
  1. Rick
    Rick says:

    Today’s link is just plain mean! You expect me to watch it and now go to work. Maybe I’ll call in sick and watch it again. Nicely done.

  2. Tommy D
    Tommy D says:

    I enjoyed it very much. Fell in love with the area. Folks there are so lucky to be on that body of water. Looks incredible. It sure held my attention.

  3. Art
    Art says:

    Way cool, It would be neat if the Michigan Chapter wood do something like this, we have plenty of boat houses around here………………….what do you think Greg???

  4. Jim G
    Jim G says:

    You have to love WWII vets view towards the virus. It gives the rest of us insight that the virus isn’t always the bigger problem.

    I’m not concerned with the virus. Life expectancy was only 10 seconds for a dive bomber pilot.

  5. Doug in Maine
    Doug in Maine says:

    Thanks for the nice start to my day. My wife and I drove over that way to a show and a visit to the museum two summers ago. It’s a nice drive from our place in Maine and it was beautiful day. Nice little show and a really nice little museum. Highly recommended.

  6. Mark in da U P
    Mark in da U P says:

    Didn’t get a chance to read yesterday. Watched the video this morning. GREAT STORY!! A few years ago my wife and I were at Lake Winnepesaukee. Went to the New Hampshire boat museum, rode their wooden boat the Millie B Stopped at Irwin marine. Did all the cool stuff. Here is a picture of a boat house that was next to us at the Inn we stayed at If you are reading this in your own this, you are my hero.

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