|IN ABOUT 6 WEEKS THESE SAILBOATS WILL BE MAKING THEIR WAY BACK TO THE BAYFIELD RIVER|
|THIS IS WHAT A FISHING BOAT LOOKS LIKE OUT OF WATER|
|AND THIS IS WHAT A SAILBOAT LOOKS LIKE WRAPPED FOR THE WINTER|
|INSTEAD OF WRAPPING THIS SAILBOAT IS COVERED|
|ONE OF THREE SMALL INNER HARBORS AND THIS ONE IS STILL FROZEN OVER|
|THE BAYFIELD RIVER ITSELF IS NOW FREE OF ICE ALL THE WAY TO LAKE HURON|
The Jeep had picked up some road salt Saturday so we stopped at the car wash and hosed all that off. I think the last time I washed the Jeep may have been last December sometime. Not feeling any great desire to go too far we puddled around town for another half hour then headed home. It was not quite 10 o'clock yet.
|SOMETHING DEFINITELY GOING ON WITH BAYFIELD'S SMALL BEACH|
|HEAVY EQUIPMENT HAS BEEN MOVING AROUND ON THE BEACH|
|STILL LOTS OF ICE OUT ON THE LAKE|
|LAKE ICE AS SEEN FROM THE BLUFFS AT PIONEER PARK|
|YESSIREEEE THE SPRING CLEAN UP HAS BEGUN IN BAYFIELD ALRIGHT|
GROANER'S CORNER:(( A duck walks into a store and asks the guy behind the counter for duck food."Don't have any duck food. Just dog food and cat food.""Okay, thanks," the duck says, and leaves.The next day the duck comes back. Got any duck food? he asks."I told you -- only dog food and cat food.""Okay, thanks."The next day the duck shows up again, asking for duck food.Now the man behind the counter is annoyed. I've told you for three days running, we don't carry duck food."Okay, thanks."The fourth day, here comes the duck. "I'm looking for the duck food section."The counterman blows his stack. You come in here one more time and ask for duck food, and I'll nail your webbed feet to the floor. You got that?Next day the duck shows up again."What do you want?" the counterman asks threateningly. "Um, got any nails?" the duck says."No, no nails.""Okay, got any duck food?"
Did you hear about the very intelligent monster? He was called Frank Einstein.
A guy in Paris steals several paintings from the Louvre Museum. But after he gets them out past security, his van runs out of gas two blocks away from the museum and he gets caught. The police ask how he could mastermind such a complex crime and then make such a moronic error. The thief replies, "I had no Monet to buy Degas to make the van Gogh."