Photo by Salt Water New England

Friday, June 26, 2020

Out and About



























































12 comments:

  1. Just perfect! Thank you so very much!

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  2. How did those fellows get up on those pilings??

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    1. You remember being a boy...

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  3. I will bookmark this page to open next February. Thank you!

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  4. That someone continues to recognize the quality and quirkiness of Saabs warms my heart. I've had one since 2001 (the Viggen performance version), and know that summer has arrived when I finally get around to taking it out of storage. It wouldn't be summer without my Saab -- love this season, pandemic and politics aside...

    Your intrepid Canadian reader,

    Banacek

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    1. I really enjoyed your mysteries when I was growing up. Thought that would be a good job to have...

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    2. ...indeed.

      B.

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  5. I have that same Saab convertible

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  6. Ah, Guilford...a special place indeed.

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  7. Muffy, you are a true artist! I look forward to my Salt Water New England escape daily! I grew up on Yankee Magazine and visiting family up there and you really capture the authentic feeling of the place. Thank you for your creative take on this wonderful region. P.S.-Showing classic clothing and wonderful moter vehicles, watercraft and healthy activities doesn't hurt!

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  8. Ah, these snapshots are so refreshing: the blue of the sky and water, the beauty of flowers blooming, the joy of outdoor activity and human interaction... so needed. Thank you.

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  9. Nice picture of the blue sailboat docked in the marsh. Love the photos as usual.

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