Saturday, February 21, 2015

Tucker Talks: A Walk in the Lake

Me an Gypsy went for a walk in a lake.

I don't see a lake.


It's there, behind us. 


But you said we walked in the lake.

We did. But the water is almost gone
on account of a drought.
But we were walking in the place
where Medina Lake would be
if there was water.

Oh, so that's why we found sea shells
and deer tracks in the same place.


Yeah, and coelacanth bones.


What do you mean it's not from a dinosaur?



11 comments:

  1. Too cute! Hope you get rain soon to fill the lake again.

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    1. We hope so, too. So many people's livelihoods depend on the water in that lake.

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  2. Cute story about walking in a lake. We are having a drought here in the western USA so I can relate to low water levels.

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    1. It seems that many areas are in drought. Scary.

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  3. What is a coelacanth? A fish? Love the on the rock photo! :)

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    1. Yes, a coelacanth is a prehistoric fish. However, I think the bone was actually from a cow... not a dinosaur!

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  4. Where are you these days? Far away from the snow.....

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    1. We were in Texas, and have moved on to Arizona. We will be heading home within a few weeks.

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  5. Love this, Dreaming ~ the humor, not the drought! Safe travel to you!

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    1. Thanks, Fundy, it was fun putting it together once I saw the pictures and realized they really told a story!

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  6. Looks like a dinosaur bone to me. Aged with time and tasty.

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