Thursday, July 26, 2007

Landlubber?

If this were mine, it wouldn't be sitting here!

14 comments:

  1. Me either. Perhaps if we lived in England right now the boat by our house wouldn't be so far fetched.

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  2. ta nouvelle residence secondaire ? tu fais de la voile ?


    your new second home? you sail?

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  3. St Paul's challenger for the 2009 America's Cup...?

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  4. No kidding. Hope it's on its way to someplace fun!

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  5. Kate - if this was yours you could sail to PNG and visit me!!! There is plenty of parking space out the front of my place.

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  6. I agree. Right now it's so hot here. My grandson would love to have this out on the water.

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  7. I don't know which I like more - the boat or that cute house :)

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  8. ... unless you love the boat so much that you bring it with you everywhere? ... or perhaps just to make the neighbours envious?

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  9. Looking at the house behind the boat I would guess the boat owner only has 24 hour to park it there. At least that is the ordinance here. They are usually enforced in the better neighborhoods.

    Nice photograph.

    Abraham Lincoln
    Brookville Daily Photo
    My Website

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  10. Sue had got same idea as I thought to write :)
    It`s very sad situation now in UK,
    this blog show it very well!

    http://theperambulationsofbarkfoot.blogspot.com/2007/07/waterworld.html

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  11. If I were there right now, you would have a blank photo.

    --steve buser
    New Orleans Daily Photo
    (Counting down toward Post #100 this week)

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  12. You'd be sailing!

    You can rent a sailboat. Why not?

    Thanks for the Dickinson poem. I'd never read that one before - it's perfect with the morning glory photo. You're absolutely right about that.

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  13. Just be glad this isn't Florida where this would probably be your next door neighbor's boat and he'd park it between your houses, mostly on your grass instead of his.

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  14. Must be a visitor...surely it won't sit there for long.

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