Thursday, December 31, 2009

Oops!


Happy New Year!

We're back...sort of. While we have moved "successfully" across town, we're still inundated by "stuff" and the trials and tribulations (and joys) of moving into a new place, along with the various responsibilities of selling an "old" house.

So, posting will be sporadic at best for awhile.

But, we wanted to thank all of our special friends in the photoblogging world for wishing us well at Christmas and giving us such great support during our move. We deeply appreciate your concern and your kind words.

In return and in gratitude, we send our best wishes to each of you for a wonderful New Year!

[We'll repeat this message on our other blogs. If you check Ocala Daily Photo, you'll find a photo of the entrance to our new community - Stone Creek, in Ocala.]

16 comments:

Rajesh said...

Lovely snap. Nice way to park the boat.
Wish you Happy & Prosperous New Year.

Tricia said...

a beautiful florida scene & a beautiful way to ring in the new year (in a new home)! congrats on the new place & hope you have many many wonderful memories there!

Happy New Year!

tapirgal said...

Oops is right. I guess they can't read! We'll look forward to seening you, but don't jump back in too fast. I'm sure there's still a lot to do!

Shantaram said...

Hello, Jacob: Good luck with the new home. I'm sure it will bring with it a lot of joy and cheer. Wish you the very best for 2010 - have a great year!

Hilda said...

Oh goodness. And if he has a car, he'd likely run it onto the road island too.

brattcat said...

Ouch. The captain of this little boat perhaps indulged a bit too much in champagne last night. That's one heck of a parking job.

bfarr said...

Happy New Year to you. I wonder if this boat was 'abondoned' last year in the midst of the monetary crisis. I remember reading news articles about this happening because people could not afford to keep their boats in the marinas.

Tinsie said...

I love this shot. Happy new year!

slim said...

That's an interesting mooring! Is the captain still on-board, I wonder? Happy 2010 to you and yours. I'll check your other blog to see the gates to your new digs.

Julie ScottsdaleDailyPhoto.com said...

great eye for this shot. bizarre location for the boat. We are glad to hear you have moved and are getting situated. We hope all is well. Thank you for all of your inspiring comments and great photos this past year. Happy New Year and I wish you many good photos in 2010!

Don and Krise said...

I wonder if someone parked it like that coming home from the bar. Oops is right!

Small City Scenes said...

Oops is right. The dock looks about in the same shape the boat is in. MB

JM said...

Welcome back, Jacob!
Wish you and Lois Anne a very Happy New Year! All the best!
Love this composition.

Mr. J said...

Excellent photograph. That rickety old dock makes me miss Florida just a little bit more. Cedar Key clams & Horseshoe Beach softshell crabs are just delicious!

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

Cool dock! Welcome home--to your new home.

The Cottage Cheese said...

I have pictures of this same boat with an incredible sunset behind it (taken last April). I get the impression it has been stuck for a while...