"Who Cares", the story of a tug boat.
When opening up the pages of IDoWED McCall people are falling in love with this little Tugboat. Who Cares? We are finding that many care about this little dream called, "Who Cares."
"The story goes that the boat was first built and brought to dock in Friday Harbor, WA. It was trailed and brought to the Payette Lake. The Who Cares has provided the familiar back-beat of summer on the lake with it's 'patooka, patooka, patooka.' Bob and Lola sold the boat to John and Lisa Wood in 2000 or so. Being family members we say we are still the second owners of the tug. "
When Soiree styled this beautiful getaway shoot captured by Tana Photography we had no idea how popular this little boat would become. How many be would care. "Who Cares" is currently moored on the docks at Shorelodge. She has seen her fair share of life on the water perhaps that is why she has become such a dream boat. The thought of all the stories she could tell.
Upon reading about the boat and talking to the owner we learned about parties for kids and grown-ups alike. She can not carry large parties, but "Who Cares."
Children care. They find "Who Cares" to be an inspiration. Tug boats after all are small boats who are able to push and guide larger ships. Tug boats are able to take on bullies and hold their own. Children's stories have made tug boats out to be the hero of the tale and what child doesn't like the hero.
Let's get the details. You want the boat. You need the boat. How can you get the boat? This beauty is currently for sale. YES, you read that correctly. "Who Cares" is currently on the market. This dream boat could be yours. http://lis308.wix.com/who-cares
The Who Cares hull is one of a run of six manufactured in Maryland and then brought out west: three to become Tugs, and three that were made into Cat Rigged sailboats.
It is time for the Who Cares to find another familly and spend lazy summer days back on the water on Payette Lake engaged in cocktail cruises, picnic outings, and the occasional pirate raid.
According to the initial registration, it was built in 1980 and designed by Jay Benford.
She has seen her way around Payette Lake and has even floated down the streets for Winter Carnival festivities. She's a beauty. The owners love her, but are needing to part with her. We hope that someone will snatch up this little number and possibly rent her out to bridal parties, cocktail parties, and yes the occasional pirate party. Until then she will sit in the dock at Shore Lodge and wait for your purchase.
If this tugged at your heart and you decided you care, then SHARE and help "Who Cares" find a new owner.