Alaskan boat

Here’s a boat. In Alaska. I have no idea what that chimney looking thing is for. Maybe for heat. Part of my famous Machinery series.

Another day, another Extreme Short Shrift post. I need to get up shortly before 4:00 tomorrow morning and we have company tonight. So no time for thoughtful blogging. Not that ever do that anyway.

Our company? Why, it’s none other than brother-in-law Ken! We’re delighted to see him, as always. Also, LRN1’s friend Leah, who it was very nice to meet.

So today’s post is necessarily short. Pretty good day, though, I must say. I worked and LRN4 canned a bunch of peaches, apparently. I say “apparently” because I’m writing this on the train and I haven’t actually seen the bottles, so I have no idea whether there’s a bunch, a mess, or merely a passel. Probably a bunch, though.

We’re leaving early tomorrow afternoon for a weekend camping trip. Going to a Santa Clara County park near Los Gatos, I believe. I’ll try to get some Great Art while we’re out. Maybe a geocache or two to boot.

Unfortunately for my Loyal Readers, though, that means there will be no blog posts on Thursday or Friday. Unless they shock me by having wifi in the park. Hardly seems likely, does it?

So I’ll leave you with today’s food violence news: What’s even lower than a banana burglar? A cucumber thief.

See you on Monday.

2 Responses to “Alaskan boat”

  1. Andy Morrow Says:

    I know I for one certainly cannot tell who owns a cucumber by looking at it.

  2. Anonymous Says:

    It seems that you are missing a word in the last sentence of the second paragraph. Glad to help edit.

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