Tuesday, June 02, 2009

My World Tuesday

Monday through Friday I travel down the road that skirts the Saugatuck River. No matter what the season, there's always something happening on my river (yep, I've claimed ownership). Because it's a river with tides, it's even more changing than inland rivers. 
If I didn't live on my adored pond, this is where I'd want to live. Perfection having that dock to walk down and be able to feed the birds of the river! 
Other activities are taking place, too. Crewing from The Saugatuck Rowing Club, is always happening in the no-snow months both when I drive to work, and when I'm going home. I understand they have a river crew class for women of a ~certain age~ that's really really good exercise. I've successfully avoided that class thus far. (And I expect this state of affairs to continue into the future.)
Oh, and someone's fishin'! Wonder if he caught his dinner...

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xoabb
expect anything!

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19 comments:

  1. Fabulous shots! Looks like my kind of place! Thanks for sharing a corner of your world! Have a great week!

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  2. Great looking river. I think you should join that rowing class and then blog about it :-)

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  3. I love floating piers like that. I would want to be there all the time.

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  4. i could so live there! its beautiful!

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  5. What a beautiful area! Loving it - my kind of place!
    Cheers, Klaus

    P.S.: Please remember to add your country next time around, thanks! ;)
    Your MyWorld Team

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  6. The river is so blue. I am amazed by its color. We are very near a river here in Georgia, but most of the time it is Georgia clay color.

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  7. Annie! That's Buckley on his dock!

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  8. I would love living near water .. temps are always lower .. makes summer a little less sweaty

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  9. Love the color, it's so refreshing looking.

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  10. Take that River Crew Class...you may just surprise yourself!!

    Beautiful pics;)

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  11. So pretty! The river on work on is always green colored... I guess that's why it's called the Green River!

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  12. Ahhhh! The lake life. I miss it tremendously, although I don't miss all the work of owning a lakehouse...

    Gorgeous, crisp pictures!

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  13. I want to move there! And join the crew team. And have a floating dock.

    And manly beefcake arms from rowing.

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  14. Nice place to be, would be very nice to feed the ducks there.

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  15. Wow! Your river is wonderful! The colors are awesome and I bet the fishing is, too!

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  16. That is a nice place, peaceful yet alive but not crowded and scenically beautiful too.

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Thank you for taking the time to leave a thought. It's appreciated! xoabb