This reminds me of my camp days - it brings me back. Thank you.
gliding across smooth waters...
I've never tried sculling but it looks like fun...and a lot of work:) I prefer lazing in the sailboat while Mr does all the work:)
i miss sailing. a lot.i would like being in a scull if someone else is doing the rowing! *smile*
I can vouch for these after years of rowing back in Milwaukee...it's an insane workout, but at the same time a feeling that can never be replicated.
the title of your post makes me think of the movie with Sandra Bullock and Harry Connick Jr of the same name. it was a good movie. love your photo but i don't know if i could paddle something so big around the lake or down a river. at least not without some help. have a great weekend.
Mmmmm. Dreamy photo.
Yes, totally dreamy photo.
My youngest was a coxswain for a crew team. He says there's no such thing as a bad day on the water.
It would be fun to be in one of these with plenty of strong musclemen doing the rowing.
I've always wanted to try sculling; I'll join you when you give it a go.xo Erin
OK. Here's the deal. I'll sit. You row. HA! The photo is beautiful, and whenever I see movies that include a shot of people sculling it seems so romantic, somehow. Of course, the movie doesn't show the muscle pain...
Oh what a beautiful photograph!!!Hey! My fiber piece is installed!! Come see!!HugsSueAnn
They're a ton of good fun!!!! You should try 'em!!! Wonderful nostalgic image!!
Nicely done. No doubt with taking those for a spin. I bet even I could not tip them over.
Don't boats make the prettiest, most evocative pictures?Oh my gosh!! No kidding - my word verification was boati. Seriously. Now, of course, I've lost it because I wanted to come tell you about it. Still. Pretty cool. Little things like that make me happy, you know?
**I love reading the comments you leave, as they make me feel like we're sitting in my kitchen, having a cup of tea, discussing life and wondering where all the time has gone ...beth