Boathouse Back Home

We rode up river to look at the damage caused by the swift and high water.

Many boathouses had been torn from their ramps.

There was a boat precariously perched on its lift.

Many piers suffered damage from high water and debris.

On the way back I spotted a boathouse that you may recognize from my last post.

The rogue boathouse was escorted back home by two towboats.

Water does whatever water wants.

FLOW

6 thoughts on “Boathouse Back Home

  1. Truly, there’s nothing funny about the situation there, and yet — the thought of a rogue boathouse being dragged back home like a recalcitrant child did make me smile. I hope things are improving in your area.

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