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Monday, February 16, 2015

A Fleet Too Far

 
Out today doing cases, and I had to snowshoe in to one of them. Rather a surprise to find an entire fleet in the woods!

You can't see them all in the picture; there were at least 12. Nicely arranged in good formation. Difficult to float.

boats in snowy woods


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8 comments:

John Sealander said...

Love the picture! The boats are neatly arranged, and so are the trees...

jean pell said...

Strange to see boats in a forest covered with snow. Nice composition and subject.

The Furry Gnome said...

I don't believe it! I wonder what the history of that boat storage is!

Lin said...

That's an interesting find. I love the photo though.

vanilla said...

I doubt you ever expected something like that!

Ann Thompson said...

Now there's something you don't see every day. How interesting.

Duxbury Ramblers said...

Perhaps it's a collector, haven't a clue what you would call one - or maybe some one waiting for a scarcity :)

Dennis the Vizsla said...

hello sharkbytes its dennis the vizsla dog hay dada has a sampel of a buk on his kindle masheen wot is kalld the lost fleet i thawt it wuz siense fikshun but now i think it must be abowt theeze snowcoverd botes!!! ok bye

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