a word a week challenge – metallic

plenty metal

Memory from July last year – while standing in the queu for getting my lunch (a “Cod Dog”) from “Red Fish Blue Fish” in the inner harbor of Victoria, Vancouver Island – a very warm and sunny day – this very slow shipment of metal passed through the narrow harbor and with small sea planes taking off and landing constantly around this barge. An quite exciting scenery with loads of action.

Why not join the challenge or check out the other entries with Sue; a word a week challenge – metallic

“Money may not buy happiness,
but I’d rather cry in a Jaguar than on a bus.”
Françoise Sagan

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21 thoughts on “a word a week challenge – metallic

  1. oh, my goodness, can you imagine what would happen if that thing tilted and all the car wrecks landed in the water???? Yikes!
    Have a good evening, my dear! xo 🙂

    • Thank you so much …. she was a very special lady. She had a tough life as young and her last years was tough too. She are fine now.

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