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Re: Wooldridge boats 100 yrs.

Postby Eagle1 » Sat May 19, 2018 2:17 pm

The river is like magic. Great running the tight stuff and dodging rocks.

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Re: Wooldridge boats 100 yrs.

Postby glen wooldridge » Thu May 31, 2018 8:53 am

wildhooker wrote:Amazing history lesson and anyone that's shares a passion for jet boats should read. I recently read "Rogue a river to run" and had the pleasure of taking my boat to the river. Amazing trip and after reading the book and being on the river you can just feel the presence of these first pioneers and it's humbling.


Its amazing to realize what they did with the equipment they had. Great thoughts wildhooker.
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Re: Wooldridge boats 100 yrs.

Postby glen wooldridge » Thu May 31, 2018 8:53 am

Super cool old Mercury print ad from 1951 after Glen Sr. ran the Rogue River. Classic stuff!

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Re: Wooldridge boats 100 yrs.

Postby glen wooldridge » Wed Jun 20, 2018 12:36 pm

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Glen wasn’t only a good boatman, he knew how to cook up a tastymess of vittles for his crew! Who wouldn’tlove a river boat trip by day, stakes by the fire by night! That’s real liven for sure! This photo looks to be taken in the summer of 1969.
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