Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Hurrying Home...

This video was taken in April the day after Safety Day in Rio Vista. We were hurrying home because there was a storm heading our way. We've learned if there are small craft advisories that we like to have our boat in the shed. We made it with about 30 minutes to spare. See that look on my face as hubby is taking yet another picture/video of me? He's only taken God knows how many. Most of our yacht club looks at him this way as well. He's always got that camera in someones face. All part of being the club photographer.

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21 comments:

  1. Smile, you're on candid camera! Ha, ha. I see the dog likes boating too!

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  2. Thanks for the boat ride! I'd also be heading to the shed with small craft advisories being issued. Or small aircraft warnings! Be safe, always.

    Big hugs, honey...

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  3. Priceless. If you had stuck your tongue out it would have been a very similar to the look my husband gives me.. All. The. Time.
    Hahaha.

    Cute pup, too!

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  4. I get that look alot from people as well. Maybe I should leave the camera at home...maybe not.

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  5. Sandee, you do look so thrilled to be photographed once again. =) Very nice boat!

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  6. I loved this video! And how marvelous that you take your baby out on the boat with you! Awesome! I'd be heading in ahead of the storm, too. Always.

    Big hugs xo

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  7. oh i got to see your doggie!!! nice!

    smiles, bee
    xoxoxoxoxoox

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  8. At times of crisis you face it boldly with a smile- this is the meaning of a couplet in our Tamil Literature Thirukkural in India. Your smile endorses this theme! Have a great day!

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  9. At least you were smiling as the storm was chasing you. And Yippeee the dog got to be on the blog. Good job. I would have been a nervous wreck.
    Have a great day.

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  10. Hey, a Sea Ray, that is a nice boat.

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  11. That was funny. Even your dog was saying enough!! lol

    Big Hugs!
    Lydia

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  12. Nice boat! yes, your expression was priceless... your travel companion is a cutie...

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  13. Am I missing something? Who was skippering the boat? Well, then who was shooting the action? Can he drive the boat while looking past the stern all the time?

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  14. Oh my the look on your face when he first turned the camera on you - I did have to laugh. And from the wake it looks like you were really making sometime. More boating videos please!

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  15. That was fun Sandee! You look so relaxed :)

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  16. That's the same look I get when I point my camera at someone. I see even the dog turned away...lol

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  17. Yep, I seem to recall that camera being pointed in my general direction way too many times at dinner at Cancun! I'm so much more comfortable behind the camera than in front of it!

    Glad you made it back with some time to spare, I'm pretty sure I wouldn't want to be trapped out on the Delta in a nasty storm!

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  18. PRICELESS, I was wondering there for a second if we were going to see that smile come out. But as you can see how intent you were on driving the boat, lol. I see the second mate was in good form also. :-) Big Hugs

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  19. Looks like he had the throttle to the metal there! Like above, I was hoping you would smile for the camera.
    Hubby might ought to be a blogger. Most of them tote the cameras where ever they go. :)
    ..

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  20. OMG! That's priceless, Sandee :) And your doggie is so cute! Have a great weekend!

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  21. Even the dog had the same expression!

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