Sunday, December 27, 2009

I never yet touched a fig leaf that didn't turn into a price tag.


So yesterday we went down to check out the chickie babes pleasure craft down on the waterfront. Much to our surprise, we found this Christmas tree perched upon a cray boat. What the crayfish make of the sight as they are pulled from the murky depths to their eventual deaths, I am not sure. Henry and Ezra, on the other hand, enjoyed it very much.

6 comments:

Political Umpire said...

Great pictures, and glad to see you're still blogging. Have dipped my toes back in briefly, mainly because I'm working on an official blog for my employer (haven't posted anything of my own yet) and wanted to keep the hand in.

Regards,

Ump

Brian Miller said...

ha, what a cool find. i do hope that you and your family had a great holiday!

Roddy said...

Sprucing up the little cray boat were they? How quaint. We used to put a Christmas tree at the top of the mast. An old tradition at sea that has gone the way of most other traditions.

Kris said...

Ump, good to see you back! I bet you're enjoying the tests in South Africa at the moment. I wonder when people will realise that Swann is a far better cricketer than Flintoff...

Kris said...

Brian, it is HOT.

Kris said...

Roddy, some of the others had tinsel, but no other trees.