River Folk

15 Nov

 

As you wander the rivers, you find all sorts of interesting folks. Some have boats that glimmer and shine; while others, well, not so much. Some boats have systems that would challenge the most experienced space shuttle astronaut, while others seem to be held together with a ‘lick and a prayer’. There are those that have all the toys, bells and whistles, and those who make do.

We enjoy meeting them all, but isn’t it interesting that we get the most joy from those that got their fingers dirty sticking it all together.

There are three Canadian gents on this homemade boat...and their having the time of their lives...

There are three Canadian gents on this homemade boat…and they’re having the time of their lives…

 

…they seem to enjoy the journey the most.

5 Responses to “River Folk”

  1. Heather Rutherford November 15, 2014 at 11:32 #

    What a beautiful River. Enjoying the photos and commentary very much.

  2. Dave November 17, 2014 at 10:33 #

    Do you have the name on the Canadian homemade boat? Any idea if they have a blog? It would be an interesting journey to follow.

    • Mrs Bushranger November 17, 2014 at 10:41 #

      They are Runaground Sue but I don’t think that they’re doing a blog. They’re only going down to Mobile then on to other things.

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