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- Nov 12, 2010
wow, beautiful boat, looks great with the house too!
Thanks, Michael and Bart and Yeats!BB, That's a really nice river boat, lots of rocker. Not much fun on a windy lake, but it's definitely a fit for purpose white water rig and I love the wood gunwales. I'm jealous.
Reads like a great place to explore! I'm like you, I like exploring such places quietly.Thanks, Michael and Bart and Yeats!
We have a river right down below our house... Physical Description of the Housatonic River It's generally very slow moving right around us...if one heads south too far there are falls that no one will go over and live...however north for quite a ways it's smooth canoeing...or sculling (local school has races) or kayaking... South of us there's some serious white water depending upon the height of the river. You won't see us in that white water, however. I'm interested primarily in exploring the river, quietly...as is my husband though I think he'd like to fish a little too.
I'll pass the compliments on, my husband will be pleased!
I'm not sure. They were way back in the woods in a very shady area. I have a book on Texas plants. I'll see if I can find out. We did the long hilly woods trail yesterday. I'm getting too old for that one.......Don't think I've ever seen berries that colour! What are they?