Also known as French bocce. Michael and Doug took advantage of the cooled-down weather to play a game in front of the house.
My camera has underwater capabilities. I just held it underwater in the midst of a school of fish, and pressed the shutter. A lot of crap shots, but a few pretty good ones. Including this one of underwater Doug surrounded by fish. No idea what kind of fish these are, by the way, but there’s a whole lot of them.
At the start of class, Johnk takes savasana, with the help of a four-legged friend.
Messages on tip jars have become A Thing in recent years. I quite liked this one.
Kat prepares to tee off, on her way to winning the game (well, tying with Bob, but she was in first place for most of the game).
And they’re only 50 cents, at Carousel Ice Cream in Oak Bluffs!
In case you’re looking for 9-volts (and a handful of other batteries, and also hammers), they’re all in this drawer at the rental house.
I have no idea what the decor in the men’s room is like at this restaurant, but the ladies’ room had some pretty great quotes on the walls
Another year, another photo of the dock at the Island Queen ferry in Falmouth. We’re on our way!
Today a coworker and I spent about 20 minutes using syringes to shoot food coloring into a slab of gelatin. I did this at work, and got paid for the time. Even if you think it looks gross, it was still more fun than what you did at work, even though you got paid a lot more.