Leading actress Jane Seymour can be seen in the movie riding on the back of Bondurant’s PWC in one scene. The group also participated in another scene at Bernard’s Landing that required some late nights to film.
Bondurant joked that she still gets an occasional royalty check due to her appearance in the movie, though she admitted it isn’t very much.
While the She Doos have been in the public eye with their participation in several events, those in the group would list gatherings and parties at members’ homes and docks as some of the best memories. The ladies have occasionally held games during the summer that included activities on PWCs. They also gather each year for Halloween and Christmas parties.
“It’s kind of like a sisterhood,” member Terri Shea said of the group.
The ladies come from several different states and a variety of backgrounds. Shea said they come together for the common goal of learning how to navigate the lake and meeting some new friends.
Marlene Truesdell joined the She Doos in 2004 after hearing about them from Barb Dzadony. Truesdell admitted she had never ridden a PWC before joining the group, but thought it looked like a fun group to join.
During her time as a She Doo, Truesdell has not only learned how to ride a PWC but also how to navigate the lake. Most all She Doo members have traveled extensively around the lake and can easily find their way around.