Friday, 10 January 2014

River Crossing ......


at your peril.
Pedestrians,  be warned.
Slipperiness may be the least of your worries.


38 comments:

  1. In need of some really, really tall boots and/or a floatation device:)

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  2. geweldig (word er een boot bijgeleverd??

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  3. Nice sign, I think it would be fun to ride a horse and cross at the ford.

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  4. I think a "do not enter" sign would be a lot easier. The current (haha no pun intended) sign is just an invite for the young and/or reckless.

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  5. Inflate own goatskin and prepare for a white water ride....

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  6. Not for the faint hearted nor the wise, I think.

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  7. I… think I'll take the bridge.

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  8. uh...yeah...ha...def dont like driving through water...esp not a foot and a half deep.....never know where you might end up...

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  9. Yikes. Looks like one might be in for a bit of a bath!

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  10. I think a boat would help here! Have a safe and warm weekend.

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  11. I'll stay at home, thank you.

    Love,
    Janie

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  12. Yes, they'd best don their 'floaties' rather than worry about their feet!
    You've really been copping it over there Friko. Stay dry, stay warm.

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  13. You need a row boat, Friko!

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  14. I'm thinking, what's the big deal, it's not even 2 feet. But then, it's not feet , but meters.

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  15. Nice shot.
    ALOHA from Honolulu
    Comfort Spiral
    > < } } ( ° >

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  16. Hmmm, Friko, I recommend staying on the near shore and taking a brilliant photo. Oh...I see you've already done it. xo

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  17. I agree! The current might be a pretty good challenge, too!

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  18. Gosh. That looks really tricky!

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  20. Is there another way around?

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  21. I would have looked, my brothers would have succumbed. And my mother took spare clothing for them on every family outing.

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  22. Turn back, Friko. Don't even try it!

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  23. Reminds me of a sign at the canoe launch of one of Florida's beautiful springs... "Beware of rapids, whirlpools and alligators." It's almost enough to discourage a boy from having any fun.

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  24. Hmmm the sign says FEET which 1.5 is about knee deep. But it has two measures for 6. I'm totally confused by the depth indicator. Probably best to stay away.

    Nahhh.. splash!

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  25. Yikes! Be careful crossing, Friko!

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  26. Not a toe in, not for me. I have a deep respect for rushing water!

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  27. Currents are tricky; the water may be only knee deep, but the current pulls your feet out from under you, carries you away.

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  28. Water and slippery footings. Not at my age. Maybe when I was 11 and a total daredevil.

    XO
    WWW

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  29. As children we would just have tucked our skirts into our knickers and waded in . Surprising so many of us survived !
    Now we're all wiser . It's rather sad ....

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  30. It's slippery under the waters everywhere lately! Here in the states, as where you are, flooding is rampant. Stay safe!

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  31. Wow! It's so sad to see so many pictures of places I love in England under water. Fortunately my sister-in-law lives on a hill and so has been able to keep her feet dry, but I know many other people are not so fortunate. Stay warm and safe, and leave the wading for another day. xoxox

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  32. Stirring and quite eloquent...

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  33. Rushing along .. it's been miserable weather .. but I'd rather this than snow! Cheers Hilary

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