Tuesday, August 3, 2010

Floating Boathouse/ Watery Wednesday

Sailing past the yellow boathouse

The real house is behind in the woods on the hill. As you see, this boathouse is more than a place to house the boat.

   You can find more photos celebrating Watery Wednesday at http://waterywednesday.blogspot.com

 

48 comments:

B SQUARED said...

Boathouses always amaze me.

SRQ said...

I agree -- wow! That's a great looking boathouse is a beautiful location.

Kathy said...

I would just be happy to live in the boathouse!

Shammickite said...

Summertime scene .... lovely, wish I was out there sitting watching the sailboats go by instead of getting ready to go to the dentist!!!

Snap said...

Wow... that's where I'd like to be!!!!

Small City Scenes said...

It would be just ideal to be there for a summer. Sweet!! MB

Jack said...

Nice place for a hot summer.

Lyndsey said...

It such a beautiful setting and just makes you want to sit in those chairs.

Paulie said...

The boathouse looks bigger than my apartment! Lucky boat!

Cezar and Léia said...

oh gosh, they are rich, that boathouse looks a palace for me! ;)
Imagine "the HOUSE"?
wow life with charming!
hugs
Léia

cieldequimper said...

Ooooh lovely! ;-)

Hero said...

I would love to stay in that boathouse! Very nice!
Thank you for visitng me. And yes, that was me in the shadow:)

JOE TODD said...

Add a Sauna to the boat house and would be perfect

chasity said...

wow...it took me a minute to see the real house.
what a doozie.
a beautiful setting.

SandyCarlson said...

A beautiful place. I like this.

Gramma Ann said...

I love that boathouse, I would be happy to spend my days there reading and blogging away. Great photo for Watery Wednesday.

Thanks for visiting my blog, so kind of you.

George said...

I think I could happily live in that boat house. It certainly is colorful.

Jacob said...

Oh, good grief! Now that is living! Party time! Meet you at the boathouse! I can smell it! Yum!

Re your comment on Stone Creek: MB is a very smart (sneaky) young lady! She slipped right by my little trap! ;-)

Denise said...

I would love to live in that boathouse, and tootle over in my boat to the other side to do my shopping :) Great photo!
An English Girl Rambles

Siromade said...

Wow, what a good idea thinking of building a boathouse in the water. it's amazing what else you need to do, it's very relaxing living there.

eileeninmd said...

What a pretty boathouse. Looks like they have a wonderful view from the chairs on their deck.

Becky and Gary said...

Wow, that boathouse is something I could deal with to live in!
B

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

I could live there! (maybe if I won a lottery). Beautiful picture.

Carol said...

Beautiful! I would live there!

Farmchick said...

Very beautiful. Would love to be sailing there myself.

T. Becque said...

Peaceful (I need that)!

Lesley said...

I could be very happy in that boathouse.

J Bar said...

Great shot.
Sydney - City and Suburbs

Greyscale Territory said...

Such a stylish boathouse! Amazing attention to comfort! beautiful photo!

Dianne said...

I'd live in the boathouse!!
do they have a shed available? ;)

I've been off of blogging for a bit and I really missed your amazing photos

chubskulit said...

Gorgeous!

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Dharma Shots said...

It'd be fun I guess to be on that boat house.

Dinah said...

picture perfect! i can imagine myself being right at home there :-)

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gogouci said...

Cute scene. Perfectly peaceful capture.

Evelyn said...

Very nice. Must be great to live in one.

Luna Miranda said...

i have never seen such a pretty boathouse before. the boat must be a real beauty, too.:p i love this scene.

cat said...

What a beautiful place! Great shot.

Greenearth said...

What a beautiful boathouse.

Francisca said...

Now what boat were YOU on to catch this super shot, EG!?

Malyss said...

Oh, sitting there, and never have to leave..what a dreamy place!

☺lani☺ said...

awesone!

NatureFootstep said...

boathouse?? Good enough to live in I think. :)

Ann said...

why is it called a boat house? For people who are afraid of water? LOL

Martha in PA said...

Another great shot. One of my favorite Phila landmarks is Boathouse Row.

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Adrienne in Ohio said...

Oh, I would love to sit in one of the deck chairs and watch the boats sail by. Beautiful!

JM said...

What an amazing location!

Tricia said...

Their 'boathouse' is bigger than my 'main' house! heheheee Nice to be able to afford all that - I can see myself sitting on that upper deck watching the sailboats go by!

Rose said...

I would like to have that boathouse for a quilt studio!

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