That light. No filters, photoshop. Just Mutha nature doing her thang

Yesterday afternoon, after countless zoom meetings and work, the Boatress and I took a break from it all and decided a boat ride could cure all. The day before Jimmy and I headed out and just floored it. I ran the piss out of WECATCHEM, and she thanked me, by running better.

Would you STOP taking my picture. 

I do remember back in the day with old cars, every now and then a good throttle beating, was a good thing. Well, WECATCHEM runs like a kitten. And so. well anyway, enough blabber. FOG! Like a wall of it.

Well thats interesting.

That mixed in with the fish plant, and well. That was that. But I was able to capture one hell of a series of photos. So I guess it was all worth it. Was this my last gasp… for air?


Click, click

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Ahead of the fog

happiness is a boat ride with the one you love.


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12 Responses to “We Got Out There, And Well, Turned Around.”
  1. Syd

    Nothing like some cooler damp air to improve the running of the engine. My Corvairs loved it

  2. Ben Lasher

    Had a little fog issue on Lake Winnipesaukee the other day as well.

    Several last gasp/final foliage runs coming up. Will keep you posted.

  3. Andy C

    It was 82 here yesterday (Buffalo, Ny) and thankful I didn’t take all the boats out yet. Got a good ride in.

  4. Russ in Bolton

    An unexpectedly warm day on Lake George yesterday…another last gasp. I think it’s all behind us now –

  5. Chug-A-Lug

    What’s really fun is finding the pot of gold at the bottom of the rainbow.(don’t forget your raincoat)

  6. WoodyGal

    My Daddy used to say he was blowing the cobs out of the engine when when he pushed the throttle down on the Rocket.

  7. Mark in Ohio (sometimes da U P )

    Arrived late to the party today. This is one of my favorite fog shots. I was glad I was on the dock instead of out on the water. Fog can be a b!t(h.