Guess Who Won't Be Home For Dinner Tonight

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While leaving the hiking trail along the berm of the South Rim Canal at Lake Okeechobee, I noticed this boat looking definitely "high and dry". She has quite a way to sail before she returns to Tampa - but it may be awhile before the waters rise up to their normal depth.


Guest - Oct 12, 2006 08:59 PM EDT
I'm glad you enjoyed it - I wonder where her captain is now?
Guest - Oct 12, 2006 12:03 AM EDT
Very pleasing scene.
Guest - Oct 11, 2006 02:27 PM EDT
Thank you, Don - that tilt sure caught my eye - especially knowing how heavily-laden some of the barges are that travel through here when bringing heavy-duty driers to the sugar cane mills. I've seen them in the W.P. Franklin Lock near Alva, being both towed AND pulled at the same time by tug boats from the Gulf near Ft Myers - now I hope to see what happens when they reach Clewiston or head towards Belle Glade - another major sugar cane processing area.
Guest - Oct 11, 2006 10:57 AM EDT
Cool shot Vicki! I like the lean, interesting capture! Don
Guest - Oct 10, 2006 07:48 PM EDT
Thank you both for your comments - she is rather mired in there, isn't she?
Guest - Oct 10, 2006 07:46 PM EDT
WOW!!Great shot,I hope he had his high water boots
Guest - Oct 10, 2006 03:33 AM EDT
VERY nice, Vicki, - interesting scene and lovely reflection also. Good to hear from you, glad all's well, and am glad you were able to get online.

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