Monday, October 12, 2009

Where Is The Boat?


I think this picture (shamelessly stolen from Nils Andersson's Facebook page) kind of fits with this week's theme of Less is More. Who needs an actual boat to go sailing?

Caption contest anyone?

14 comments:

YellowLaser said...

What's a Cubitainer?

EscapeVelocity said...

"Damn kids must've 'borrowed' the drain plug again."

StillCrazy said...

They warned me that these 187xxx series boats were a tad heavy... but this is ridiculous.

Tim said...

I'm gonna have to lose some weight

Baydog said...

More like, "I'm gonna have to lose this weight jacket, and stop sailing like a wuss". Hike for God's sake, hike!

Mal's Team Gherkin said...

The bung! The bung! Oh shi...!

Carol Anne said...

Bet you didn't know that you could put a sail on a submarine!

(verification word: hormoon -- is that what happens to most women about every 28 days?)

Pat said...

Of course, submarines have always had sails! Just ask a submariner or ask Bonnie's family friends to verify.

Litoralis said...

Jealous of the foiling Moth, Nils invents the submarine Laser.

bonnie said...

Pat's right! :D

Baydog said...

Mal: I've sailed my entire life and never heard of the term "bung". Is this some strange aboriginal term? Call me when you're ready; I'm out back throwing some shrimp and 'roo on the barbie

Pat said...

Now wot wuld a barrel be without yon bung stopperin' it.

Jack of all Trades said...

"Who needs an actual boat to go sailing?"

Not me, apparently. I've been sailing for close to 20 years and have never owned a boat!

Lately I've thought a lot about buying, but the thought of annual maintenance and repairs is usually enough to keep the urges at bay.

Stephan Brun said...

This is a few years on, but I'm reminded of the minimalist theme of the last few posts. For minimalist sailing, one would not need an engine, nor sails. Nor, apparently, a boat ....

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