Canoes, Canoes, Canoes

If you’ve been following the Twitter feed today, you know I was at a picnic today: My mother-in-law’s company was doing its annual employee thing, so off we went. I won’t bore you with the details, but here are a couple of pictures from the day:

Athena and Krissy, working the canoe;

Today’s sunset, minus the actual sunset but plus some fairly impressive crepuscular light.

And that’s the day for you.

12 thoughts on “Canoes, Canoes, Canoes

  1. Yes, the career. Yes, the beautiful wife, gifted child, loyal — if occasionally greasy — pets. Yes. I’m jealous. That has been established.

    But what really burns me?

    You got a legitimate chance to use the word ‘crepuscular.’

    I hope you appreciate it.

  2. Good old green Ohio water. When I moved to upstate New York and saw the bottom of a lake for the first time, I thought the water was only ankle-deep. It was more like three feet.

  3. Is it just me, or does “Impressive Crepuscular Light” sound like a good title for a poetry collection? By HP Lovecraft, maybe? Or Tweedledee and Tweedledum? Or should I just sit down for quiet time?

  4. Very nice picture. You know what is missing? The new Scalzi puppy! I think they totally look ready to shop for a new puppy. I know I’m ready! I will be there tomorrow at 7 AM to help you get started. (The Haluska girls are the best puppy shoppers in the US of A. And you can pay us in bacon.)

  5. Any chance you would post a link to a larger version of that second picture? It is quite impressive.

    Not that the first picture is not also impressive but asking for a bigger copy of it might be a little creepy.

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