You're slipping.You've missed another opportunity for a sailing-related quiz in this photo.I wonder if your readers can figure out from what popular sailing venue the mountain in this photo is often visible.In fact, the appearance of that mountain in the distance is often taken as the sign of an unusually clear day there.I can understand, though, why your attention may have been distracted from the mountain in the background.
O Docker, you read my mind. I did think of making this picture of a mountain into a sailing-related photo quiz.But then I read your mind. And I knew that you would do a Google Image search on "Bhujangasana" and spot the image in 0.33 seconds from the 13,400 found and know that the mountain is Mount Baker which is often visible from the San Juan Islands.So I didn't. So you couldn't. No crab hat for you today.By the way, did you know that Bhujangasana is an anagram of San Juan Bag Ha!
the Yoga "Cobra pose". (I looked it up.) Part of the Nation of Indian Hindu culture that has come to USA and gotten separtated from the religous sections. That is the abdominal stretch and should help "core strength" and that sort of thing that is so important to top level folks -- and maybe the rest of us can ignore.
Did you know that Proper Course is an anagram ofsore pop curerSo, maybe you derive the same therapeutic benefits from blogging that Sam does from stretching.
One man's abdominal stretch is another's abominable one.
Anagram of a blogger who enjoys creating and solving puzzles and contests?ok coder
Also Eco Dork.
Actually, I prefer:o rocked
What about Mojo? Jomo? Nah, that doesn't work.Eco Dork is pretty frickin funny!
Those short anagrams can be so revealing.
Mojo you are so wise.
I like the ana-handle, T-Manminer... of the inscrutable
And, for non-sailing readers like me, how about this ana-handle for those who may have rowed a race or two in college days?we strokedWV: phylod-oh!
Mojo you are a word skeet.
One with too few letters, trod weeks.