Wednesday, May 24, 2006

Canoeing


Adam (my youngest son) came to visit for a couple days so we headed for the mountains. This afternoon we went canoeing and had a great time. Keith gets home from California late this afternoon so we have dinner plans overlooking the lake for this evening.

I took my small camera with us and as you can see from the 2nd picture, the one of me, the camera went bad after about a 1/3 of the pictures. I'm so upset because I had some really great pictures. The camera is about 2 years old but probably more expensive to fix than to replace. I guess I'll have to see.

10 comments:

Samantha said...

Glad you had fun, but what a bummer about the camera :-(

Evelyn aka Starfishy said...

Oh, I can't stand being without a camera - I hope you get a great replacement that will last more than 2 years. How frustrating for it to die right in the middle of a fun day.

Cheers!

Evelyn

cher said...

well, at least you had fun with your son Chris! too bad about losing those photos..that sucks. What a wonderful green quilt your mom did-I can understand why you hate giving it back! inspiration to get going on your own perhaps?

Linda_J said...

Is Adam the one getting married or it is Chris? Sorry to hear about the camera because I get the other pictures you took while canoeing were good ones.

ForestJane said...

Even with camera problems, it looks like you were canoeing through some beautiful scenery!

Jeanne said...

Oh, I LOVE canoeing! Daydreaming about paddling on the lake ...
Jeanne

Laurie Ann said...

I love canoeing. So relaxing and quiet. As for the triathalon, it's a very short one! I'll be done in two hours and yours will take three days! I'd say you've got the harder task. Plus yours is for a good cause! :)

Hanne said...

Looks like you had a wonderful day.
Canoeing is a great way to enjoy nature.

karen said...

I have never been canoeing. It looks like such fun..beautiful scenery too!!!

Passionate Quilter said...

What beautiful pictures, too bad your camera went ka-fooey! I know what you mean about fixing it--that's why we have so many cameras--it costs more to fix them than to buy a new one. What a sad state of affairs--we are such a throw-away society, and I hate to be like that, but being prudent with your $$ is important too! :)