Perfect image for crocs, mean driftwood.
very niceAloha from Waikiki :) Comfort Spiral
When I can convince myself that all sea critters are merely driftwood, perhaps then I'll go for a paddle!"Driftwood in the channel" is loaded with potential meanings!
They were here long before us (NOT the French, thank god)...so we should have adapted by now.
Funny... Cape Cod beaches have been getting closed all summer. Great white sharks keep turning up near chatham. Could it be because the seals have returned to a small island near Chatham.... HMMM.I on the other hand will be mistook for a beached whale while on Cape Cod next week!
Dave, this reminded me of a place we used to visit in East Texas, called Chain of Lakes. People would swim in the lake, along with an occasional gator! I saw a gator one summer afternoon, gliding right alongside a woman on a pink air mattress. Of course I yelled, "gator," and most everyone scrambled out. Later, I asked the manager about it, and he said, "Oh, the alligators are well fed and never bother anyone."
haha- reminds me of the day we went to look over the bay as a couple of tourists were watching something intently, cooing and saying "magnificent!"We inquired - "what do you see?" In a hushed voice the man tells us it is a mother whale and her calf...We couldn't see anything but a half submerged rock, which was their whale...
Those crocodiles are stalking your nightmares be careful they don't become reality.
Paul CTrue enough...CloudiaThanksRachelYeah, I s'pose it is - hadn't thought of that.TaborOh, had me worried there for a moment.DavidIs that the driftwood talking?CarlWill be mistook by whom - or what?DorraineI've heard this before somewhere, I think: as long as they're well fed...I would find that most unconvincing!Linda SueI imagine it wasn't actually doing very much, then?WindsmokeAgain, you mean? I'll watch it.
Affraid many things being mistook for sharks on the cape these days. People are seeing sharks everywhere.
CarlAngst or wishful thinking?
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