More ways to get where I’m going!
• Punts at Dock in Cambridge Punting on the Cam is one of the joys of being in Cambridge. Add a sunny day and some wine and there really is no place else I’d rather be. The boats themselves are part of a long tradition of poling these narrow boats on the river that continues as strong as ever today.
• Sail Away On a recent trip to Martha’s Vineyard I watched a fine old 2-masted boat sail by. As is often the case, some of my dreams sailed away with it but not until I’d kept a photograph of the sails.
• Reflections on a Boat Hull This speedboat was lifted out of the water where the light rippled off the waves and shimmered on the hull in ways that caused me to question what is real and what is not.
“Would you go by a boat? Would you go by a train? I would go by a boat! I would go by a train! Yes, I’d go by a boat and, yes, I’d go by a train! I’d even go by walking in the rain!” (apologies to Dr. Seuss).
How will you get to the Montpelier ArtsFest 2015 this Saturday (or the next two)?
• Wandering the beach at Tenby
Tenby is a delightful, small town on the southwest coast of Wales. This young child seemed to be enjoying walking is own “road” while also discovering the ways others had taken.
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John, what a great entry–and the Seuss reference has me laughing out loud 🙂 The photograph of the reflection on the boat hull is incredible. Enjoy your shows, and congratulations!