Eating curds and drinking from the bubbler in south central Wisconsin
I don’t think I would like it way up there!
It's a very interesting cat tree, Brian. Avast there, kitty.
That's why it's good to have a megaphone on hand. "Now here this...."
...don't jump overboard because this is not an 80s romcom and no one is walking up those stairs to throw you a lifesaver.
I'm thinking standing there and looking up might not be my most creative thought.
funny, we almost had the same inspiration for that weekend :-)
I think your tale of the carefree summer of youth says more than me deciding to look up, Kwarkito.
Lovely sky to set off the lines!
You do have a an eye and a way with descriptors, DS.
What a view you would have though.Have a fabulous weekend. ♥
True, but I think my climbing for a view days are over. I'm not opposed to taking an elevator to a view though.
Hi Jeanna, Love the blach and white, it works well... But too late for what?... Not knowing is killing me!xx
Too late to save anyone who needs that life saver thrown to them, Deb. Glurg.
Maybe in a it will do in a pinch postcard kind of way, Robert.
Lovely perspective and pray nobody needs a life saver :)
Yeah, haha, or at least that everybody on the ferry can swim.
I'm drowning here, glug!! (i guess it is a great photo, I was laughing too hard at your caption to notice. in the above post, I meant to mention I'm sad that the uni book store has practically given up on books. Even though I confess I read an awful lot of mine on Kindle. I'm not helping.
We may go there again just for the concession stand. Yeah, I was an aaa vid reader years ago and you'd think I'd be more into hard copy, but if you've got bad eyesight as I've had since the 4th grade then Kindle is a minor miracle.
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