Wednesday, March 22, 2006

Move Over! Quit Shoving! You're On My Head!

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(I am having quite a bit of picture posting inconsistency weirdness with Picasa since this weeks Blogger screw ups. I have attempted posting this pic about 5 times, it keeps disappearing.)

Here's the answer to the puzzler (which apparently was NOT challenging).

These barnacles grew on stone crab traps that spend months underwater during the season. Off season now, so these traps have been hauled out and are waiting on a dock at Cedar Key.

Speaking of Cedar Key...

Last week, Thunder and Lightning came down and visited on either end of an "official" geek conference down in Orlando. We hit the restaurants at Cedar Key to eat, sip, and listen to some live local music. We had a blast hitting the sights, eating, cruising in the Jeep, eating some more, talking about college days, our kids, and eating. Fun stuff.

He doesn't update his blog nearly enough, but he has posted about his trip and promises some more.


oa said...

FC, about that poetic license? Cracker Jax called. They said it was a mistake, and that you are to send it back. Sorry to be the bearer of bad (?) news.

Floridacracker said...

Dang! I knew it was to good to be true. Now,I'm feeling blue.

...Had to use it one more time.

Thunder Dave said...

I'll probably send a CD to you with the photos on it. I tried to send a few to Lightnin, but my e-mail would only let me send 1 at a time, so it could take months for you to down load those on a dial up system!

roger said...

looks like every rock, shell, bit of wood, oyster, mussel, and anything other than sand in the intertidal zone here. barnacles on barnacles on everything.

Abandoned in Pasadena said...

It's not your Picasa picture program that's the problem, because I don't use Picasa and I to am having picture problems...can't post any. It's a blogger problem. I uploaded one picture several times, which I'm hoping it doesn't appear just anywhere, at a later date.

John Cowart said...

Your barnacles make a hauntingly beautiful photo!

Floridacracker said...

10-4. Liked the post of Cedar Key.

They don't waste any available real estate.

Thanks, I'm seeing that by visiting other sites. Appreciate the tip.