Wednesday, November 18, 2015

gilligan's desert

58,66,42,0,B

12 comments:

Margery Bills said...

Omg, how much flooding did you have there!

Ronald Mahan said...

I believe that boat is too large to safely float in the Rio Grande as it - passes South of Brewster County.

Rita B. said...

Talk about dry dock.

Ricardo said...

Heh. Long way from the sea.

Paul Mesich said...

Does it fly

Margery Bills said...

Oh yes, I commented to Border Patrol sitting in their car by the river that I could wade across and how could they keep people out and they said they couldn't.

Dani said...

That is an oxymoron lol

Cyber2lz said...

Not quite big enough for your creek !!

rj said...

HOUSE boat with screened porch. Probably bought it for a song somewhere near a lake in Central Texas where it was unseaworthy and now it's a home for the price of towing to the high desert.

John Thrower said...

#boat doesn't get used much.

Sam Finn said...

Prairie Schooner.

leilani said...

It's an old sedan bridge. Sea Ray 300?

Welp, the most famous desert voyager of the 20th century once said: "The desert is an ocean in which no oar is dipped."

But I don't think Mr. Lawrence ever said anything about inboard or sterndrive props, now did he?

So alrighty, then. Let's see that puppy get wet! ;-)