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Launching Pad for Sky Sailing!

Uploaded by: infocus2

Friday March 14, 2014

Plymouth, MA (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: Another popular sport! ha,ha Young children just love this sail boat on the roof - they'll behave themselves up to an hour just to see it! (An hour from Boston-how convenient!)



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4. infocus2
7:25 PM GMT on March 16, 2014
Thanks for your comments Dave. I swear that boat used to be on top of a different building -- either that or the building got a face lift. But I still find it to be pretty cool -- and as I said the kids love it.
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3. WurzelDave
7:21 PM GMT on March 16, 2014
Something you don't see everyday (unless you live there).
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2. infocus2
4:57 AM GMT on March 15, 2014
Thanks for you kind and clever comments Duane!!
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1. RenoSoHill
4:27 AM GMT on March 15, 2014
Must of been a big gust of wind to park that up there - know it will have a head start in the sky race.
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I'm a self-taught photographer and prefer the non-automatic 35mm cameras, have a Nikon, and use the highest quality slide film to get the clearest, most colorful photographs possible. ---Now I'm camera shopping for a high quality automatic digital -- and presently am using an older digital automatic I bought for indoor candids of family, animals, etc. This digital is an older model--and I'm learning what I can to go forward in the digital world!.........[Copyright Information: All rights reserved © Duplication is not permitted without written permission by artist. Requests by e-mail will be answered by a signed letter sent by U.S. Mail only.]Mary Ann Weger

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