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I nearly missed your comment, rudysophe! I didn't take the photo so I don't know, sorry>
Is this on the Washington coast , south of Westport ?
Shame I couldn't just send the picture!! LOL
I copied and pasted several times and got an information site. I think you posted in welsh. :-P)))
if you copied and pasted, it would have shown someone "blowing a raspberry" lolol
Confused, website below?
I know, me too!
Not sure what you mean by "mis-written"? I was only joking in my comment!! :-))
I previously stopped at 58%, but I just got back to it. My time is so off, I don't think I'll finish it...and my comment was mis-written. Sorry about the possible misunderstanding! I still love your "sea and sky" puzzles.
Hi, Maggie. It is only a small tug helping out as a workboat. I've lost touch with the company but I doubt that anyone I sailed with is still there. It's an amazing salvage!! Keep well. :-))
So solemn a scene. Heard that a holyhead tug is helping to right the cruise liner that ran aground. Do you know any of the crew?
Hi, QC. I'm glad that you enjoyed the image. Thanks for commenting.
"Secrets" are "fun", Susan!! LOL
I like driftwood sculptures. Seeing the way they have been eroded by sea, sand and rock!!
A compelling memory /"secret", sometimes it surfaces at the strangest times and make me giggle--very un-Suzanne--I was having one of those giddy days as I enjoyed and commented on your, and pd's, puzzles. It seems that sole salvour rights are once again being sought in welsh shipping. :-)))))
Ships bones tell no tales! But, they make for great driftwood sculptures!
Why are you "bouyant" today/yesterday? Or is it a secret.
But there's no "sea" John! :-))))) giggle! Just try to tolerate this bouyancy today, I'm in fantasy mode ;-) I should be more normal (?) tomorrow.
Very poetic, krondar, but that's what I feel!! :-))
Hi, PMS. The "eyes" comment is because I post some really difficult jigs and this puzzle is to relax the eyes before I post another monster!! LOL
Boats mostly end up at the "knacker's yard", vero.I thought it was a really nice pic. Take care!!
... so true, this seems like a place where I could stand for hours and imagine the stories behind the scene.
I'm gonna take a stab at this and see what's all about the 'eyes"
Poor boat...but great and pleasant puzzle ! thanks
That's what I said. Easy on the eyes for a while - then hit you between the eyes!! :-))