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29 May 2019

Dinghy Sailing | Wordless Wednesday



Wordless Wednesday is supposed to be about posting a photo(s) without any words. But, I'm a rule breaker, so here are a few words:

1 - When we were in the Bahamas, Scott took our Walker Bay dinghy out sailing.

2 - It's a miniature sailboat! I love tiny things. I was one of those girls who had a dollhouse and could stare at the tiny furniture and accessories for hours.

3 - Scott won all of the regattas he entered. Of course, he was the only participant, but why make a little think like lack of competition take away your glory when you get first place.

What words does this picture(s) bring to your mind when you look at it?

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19 comments:

  1. This makes me want to buy a miniature sailboat like yours. I think I could handle it alone, unlike the other sailboats I've been out in.

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    1. That's my thinking too that I'll be able to handle it by myself. I'm not the greatest sailor so it would be good to practice on the Walker Bay.

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  2. This reminds me of work. Sailing is work. Good work, but work nonetheless.

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    Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday, Ellen. ♥

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  3. Fever! Have you renamed him yet? So glad Scott is enjoying him!

    Seeing stuff I used to own on the internet is more exciting than seeing stuff I used to own in people's homes when I house sit! Thanks! I miss Fev.

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    1. No, he is still called Fever :) Or is it she?

      Scott loves sailing Fever! He even took Ted out on the canal in it and he loved it to. Ted and Sandy are talking about buying one too.

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  4. Such a nice little boat, i am glad he enjoyed it!

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  5. Oh, I like tiny things, too, as did my mother before me. Way to go, Scott. ~grin~ Lovely horses! And thank you for the photos from your trip. I've heard elsewhere that the people are lovely. As for conch, I enjoyed fritters on our Honeymoon on Key West. We didn't think about the weather, though, and going in the middle of June meant I actually lost weight. Humidity and extreme heat make me nauseous. Heh... Oh, well, we have wonderful memories. Be well!

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    1. I'm glad I'm not the only one who like tiny things :)

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  6. I want one! It is soooo cute. And congrats to Scott!

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  7. That dinghy is adorable. And I love miniature things, too. The doll furniture they make nowadays is a far cry from the plastic stuff I had as a kid.

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  8. What a cute little dinghy. Congratulations to Scott on the wins!

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