Aug 14 2013 Wordless Wednesday: Boats going nowhere. This sign made me smile, as the boats didn’t look like they were going on a trip anytime soon, with or without “nice dogs and happy babies.” 🙂 Share this:SharePinterestLinkedInTwitterLike this:Like Loading... Related
Only in Cornwall, me lover!
The boats have little legs and stroll out to the water?
Great shot…stay away from the ones that offer a 3 hour tour though! 🙂
Yes, I will. 🙂
Perhaps it’s more a trip onto a boat than actually going anywhere in it. 😀
I think you could be right about that, Lance. 🙂
Wouldn’t be much of trip Sylvia would it.. smashing photo! 🙂
Thanks so much, Adrian. 🙂
I loved watching the tide come in when we were in Devon and Cornwall 🙂
It’s a marvellously relaxing place for just sitting and watching. I’d love to come here every summer. 🙂
It looks like Cornwall needs the spring rains to arrive a little early this year! Thanks for the smile!
Oh, Cornwall has plenty of rain in summer. I can attest to that. 🙂
Any time on the water is time well spent.
I agree with you, Emily, and next week I’ll be on a Rhine cruise. I’m so looking forward to it. 🙂
lol…rather funny looking! Is low tide that low???
Yes it is. The sea just disappears for quite a way, and the boats are stranded. 🙂
It is mud and pasty land after all! 🙂
😆 Very true, Gilly.
That’s Cornwall for you, Ad! Hope you’re enjoying it, even with the tide out 🙂
Had lots of fun, Jo. We must have climbed so many steps and cliff paths. Almost as good as gym. 🙂
What a kick! Very much love and enjoy your sense of humor!
Thanks, Gunta. I’m tickled pink that you find me amusing. 🙂
I just had to add one of my favourite Winnie-the-Pooh quotes.
“Now then, Pooh,” said Christopher Robin, “where’s your boat?”
“I ought to say,” explained Pooh as they walked down to the shore of the island, “that it isn’t just an ordinary sort of boat. Sometimes it’s a Boat, and sometimes it’s more of an Accident. It all depends.”
“Depends on what?”
“On whether I’m on the top of it or underneath it.” A.A. Milne, Winnie-the-Pooh
That’s a very cute Pooh quote indeed, Rebecca. 🙂
Just like the Bay of Fundy? Great shot~
Thanks, Cindy. I’ve not been there, but I’ll take your word for it. 🙂
I totally love this one!
Thanks so much, Cee. 🙂
Looks a bit dry there 😉
Yes, not a lot of water around those boats. 🙂
Half hour going nowhere -_- … lol!
Terrific photo…love your humor. 🙂
Thanks, Karen. 🙂
Awwwww. What the heck!
Thanks for smiling, Gemma. 🙂
I wonder where they go on their half hour ride?? I hope they don’t count the time it takes to board the boat and then get off the boat! hehehe
Yes, it’s not very long, is it. Hardly is one settled, than it’s time to get ff again. 🙂
Any port in a storm?
Somehow you can always make me laugh, what a hoot this scene is!!!!!!!!!!!
Yes, I can always see the funny side of most things. Glad you enjoyed this, Laurie. 🙂
love Cornwall – I will return again soon
Me too. I didn’t want to leave, but we’re on the road back today. 😦
Dogs and happy babies have more privileges.
They sure do. It doesn’t seem fair to me. 😀
I know how they feel–I am not going on a trip anytime soon–but so want to
That’s really sad. i hope you get to go on a trip sooner than you imagine. 🙂
LOL! Love your sense of humour AD and great shot hon. What happened there? The sign is hilarious! Simba is a nice baby so he can go for free. 😆
Thanks, Sonel. The tide was right out, and it was the perfect opportunity for a pic. 🙂 I’m sure Simba would love a ride on the ocean wave. *hugs*
Looks awesome with the tide out and you took a great shot hon. Oh, I bet he would and me too. 😀 *hugs*
Mmmmmmm. Wonder what they would sy if I rocked up there with Cholmondeley.
He is a nice dog, a lot of nice dog!
He’d probably sink the ship. 😉
Lol no movement for a while 🙂
This is true, Roly. 🙂
A very special photo, but i like it // Maria 🙂
Thanks so much, Maria. 🙂
Reblogged this on Spiritual challenges .
Thanks for the reblog, Stefan. 🙂
very funny … Polperro is so pretty … we have a ceramic mug we bought there in 1979!!!
Glad you enjoyed, Christine. Yes it’s a lovely town. We loved it too. 🙂
Nice Dogs and Happy Babies. LOL! What a corker,.
I loved it too, Ark. 🙂
One shudders to think what would happen once out to sea if the babies became UN-happy ….”Man overboard!”
Well, that depends on whether the baby was a he or she. 🙂
I don’t think the nautical term ”Man Overboard” is meant to be gender specific.
I think it should be more pc these days. “Person overboard” should do it.
That is an odd sight to see, ad 🙂
I also thought so. 🙂