Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Yooper Dry Dock

 

26 comments:

  1. Good shot! Is there a history to this particular yooper boat?

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    1. I am sure there is, and I sure wish I knew it!

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    1. We thought so. Of course, there are so many that make you wonder.

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  3. Very cool photo! The rust of the boat blends well with the Autumn colors in the background and it looks strangely as if it belongs there.

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    1. Indeed...it does belong there. Old Great Lakes boats often end up like this.

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  4. It probably had a wonderful life!

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  5. wow -that looks as rusty as Amarula first thing in the morning!

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  6. oh my...I hope some animals are using it for housing!

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  7. Great photo! That would be so fun to decorate for Halloween with skeletons and ghosts.

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  8. This looks like a boat I might have driven. I am sure I would run one aground. Great shot.

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  9. How nice! How big is it? It looks like it would make a cool little house. :)

    Have a blessed week!

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  10. Awesome shot, Annie. That's a seriously dry dock! :)

    Hugs, and happy Wednesday to you, Bill and the fur kids.

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  11. This is a super cool photo. I had to look up yooper. Never heard the term before. I think that boat has been in "dry dock" for a very, very long time. Love and hugs, Janet

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  12. Please tell me this is not your new home in the UP!
    Great photo - I love old rusty stuff like this.

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  13. My kids would think this a great play place.

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