Wednesday, February 17, 2010

WHAT HAPPENED TO YOUR LEG, CAPTAIN?

Now this particular vane is more suited to New England rather than Ft. Lauderdale. We have very few whales here. We have never had a whaling industry, thankfully. My guess is the occupant of the house is a transplant. The mailbox listed Ahab on Pequod Lane as the owner. A total coincidence, don't you think?

18 comments:

  1. So whales point to North-East. You may be right about the transplant: Captain Ahab has aven a working anemometer on the roof.

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  2. Weather vanes look popular down there. I cant remember when I saw one last. Now you are going to have me looking.

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  3. Maybe the guy moved there to 'blow' off some steam.

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  4. Oh, yes! COMPLETE coincidence!

    «Louis» is enjoying this series!

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  5. Poor, poor Moby. He's probably safer on a windvane than in the sea though.

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  6. I like that and no I don't think it's a coincidence!

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  7. oh boy, a flying whale! escaping the northern snows! beautifully centered on a lovely cloud, too.

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  8. Funny! Another whale of a tale from Ft. Lauderdale!

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  9. It's creative indeed...I've already seen "cat"on the roof, "pelican"on the roof...but, whale, it's the first time! :)
    It's really CREATIVE but my vote if for the "cat"! hehehe
    hugs
    Léia

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  10. maybe a whale of a wind blows sometimes.

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  11. This is my favourite so far! I am really enjoying the titles and also the explanation why you are looking up now! LOL! Very funny! :-)

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  12. Bibi likes your series and is having a whale of a good time.

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