07.21.2011 04:19 PM

Where I’m headed

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12 Comments

  1. RN200 says:

    Cooooool………cleeaaarrrrrr…….waaaateerrrrrrrr.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RxAQwMNXlic

  2. Robert K. says:

    Lucky bastard.

  3. allegra fortissima says:

    Watch out for reddish log suckers!

  4. James Bow says:

    You’re headed onto some stranger’s leg? Oh, well, whatever floats your boat. 😉

  5. mystery solved – proof of the Loch Ness monster.

  6. Raymond says:

    I didn’t know that Bigfoot wore sandals.
    Have a good one.

  7. Bob says:

    Don’t stay out in the sun too long or your skin will match your political phylosophy.

  8. Lipman says:

    Lucky bastard indeed. I laughed when I saw this picture: the leg above the water really rubs it in!. One goal of mine is to make enough money to split a cottage with my sis’ in Go Home Bay, Georgian Bay. -Spent a lot of time up there as kid and loved it, even the Massassauga Rattlesnake that slithers around the outhouses…

  9. Phil in London says:

    Looks a lot like where I am going next week. Shame I’ll have to drive past so many inefficient do-the-science later windmills on the way to paradise. Have a good time!

  10. CQ says:

    Are you wearing a lifejacket? Toe over the water means a $240 Ontario safety fine. See the kayaker story from Saturday night’s CTV Toronto story.
    Yeah, don’t ‘serve and protect’ any motor boats carrying small children, obese passengers or the elderly. Don’t check for boaters and booze. Don’t warn speeding jet-ski’ers careening all over the place and disrupting others. Stiff-Fine the fit and capable man who “gets into a kayak(!), in the middle of the day, and wouldn’t (???) know how to swim.” WTF.

  11. John says:

    I was in Algonquin Park last week for 4 days. Relentless heat and deer&horse flies by the millions. But a scorching hot and buggy day in the north is better than any day at work. Plus I had a cooler full of cans of Guinness… so it was a good time.

    Hope you have/had a good one as well

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