A DAILY PHOTOGRAPH FROM "THE VENICE OF AMERICA"
NOW ON SUMMER VACATION IN HARBOR SPRINGS, MICHIGAN
HaHa, that's very cute!
Ha ha you'll be talking to gnomes next
I'll get an hamburger either...
This sailor was certainly blown way off course. You made the right menu selection.
I like a bit of fish myself provided it has been de-boned first.
Very funny! :-)
:) nice!Have a great week.
he seems frozen by your icy conversation!
You are too funny!
Ever since I was knee high to a barnacle I've liked this kind of statue and cigar store indians too. Nice shot.
I think you made the right decision!
LOL.And I know a young man who works on a ship in Alaska who looks exactly like your fisherman. Andy would have answered plankton too. :)
That is so interesting. And you do get around. Now, you're in Aruba! Eating hamburgers.By the way, the next time you're in Ocala at B Squared Salvage, give me a call.We have a Red Lobster here.
Have you flown south yet B2? What I love is some fine gulf coast shrimp, amberjack and snapper. YummmmmmV
LoL! I'm crackin' up - Very funny!
Hahaha! Actually he reminds me of the serial killer character in I Know What You Did Last Summer I & II. :-)
LOL! I ate out last night and had whitefish in a bag--it was good. Also calamari.Cute cApture, FUN!
HAHAHAHAHA! - Touché!I would have gone for the hamburger as well my friend-:)Hello by the way-:)And take care for nowBest regardsAsta
Adorable picture!I liked it a lot! Hello dear friend, cool post as usual.Please, forgive us for our absence, we are travelling a little bit again.HugsLéia
thanks for the laugh!!!
He looks a bit like the Gorton's of Gloucester fisherman.
Good choice on your part, B. Squared! He looks like the kind of guy who'd tell fish tails.
LOL... What else do you speak to?
I'd still get the fish. :)
I am surprised he actually answered you. Them fisherfolk are a mighty silent lot. MB