The Motley Rowing Club, competing in the senior master eights at the Head of the Charles, Oct. 22, 2011 (left to right):
JIM MORONEY, 58, of Manchester -- "Feeling bad. So why have I continued to do this for 39 years? I guess because it makes everything else in life so easy."
DICK DREISSIGACKER, 64, of Morrisville, Vt. -- "This will only last a finite amount of time. How many strokes to the finish?"
PETER DREISSIGACKER, 60, of Stowe, Vt. -- "Why am I still doing this? Gotta use it or lose it."
CASEY BAKER, 61, of Melbourne, Fla. -- "If I keep grimacing like this, my dentures will fall out."
ROB BUCHANAN, 53, of Brooklyn, N.Y. -- "500 meters to go? You better be serious."
MIKE VERLIN, 60, of Mahopac Falls, N.Y.-- "I'm thinking ... Rob's shirt is coming out. Should I tuck it back in?"