Monday, August 16, 2010

Ruby Tuesday

If you get up early on a summer morning, you can always go fishing.


Remember to take out the little red pontoon boat if it's Ruby Tuesday. 


If you want to see how others celebrate Ruby Tuesday, just click here.

13 comments:

pinkgogreen said...

wow, interesting place to experience.

Rudee said...

If you caught something red, that would be icing on the cake. Pretty pictures, Stephanie! I love the little ripples and the reflections.

HOOTIN' ANNI said...

Love this...y'know?---it'd make a great jigsaw puzzle!

ESPERANZA seed pods

Nora Johnson said...

Hi again! Great shots - wonderful ripples & reflections! Love your blog too!

Happy RT!

LOLA:)

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

I really love that little pontoon boat! It looks like I could have my kind of adventures on it -- slow and dreamy!

Manang Kim said...

I remember my mother used to tell us "early bird catches worm" ^_^ Happy Tuesday!
A Chevrolet red pick up

Rachel Cotterill said...

That's a very cute boat. I want to play! You know how much I love boats of all kinds :)

Ginny said...

Wow!! I love the little red boat and the reflection in the last picture!!

Ralph said...

The day is sunny and cool on the water's surface. The solitude in fishing is to savor, although the fish are sure to bite as the paddle boat is red - what fish is not attracted to that!

Peggy said...

Looks like a "peaceful, easy feeling" to me.

April said...

Lovely, shimmering reflections and a great way to spend a morning.


We've had a few drops of rain today (really not a whole lot yet). Unfortunately, the wind has picked up too, which is not good. The smoke we are getting is from the Binta Lk. fire near Francois Lk. Hopefully if we get a decent rain, things will settle down.

EG Wow said...

I love the way red shows up on the water. I wonder if fish see colour and, if they do, if red scares them away. I know some fish can see quite a a few feet out of the water. :)

Mimi said...

Just found this, on my way to the picture of the socks, and had to say, that first picture is stunning- it could be a watercolour.
Great RT post, Stephanie!

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