This has been such a busy and fun Christmas season visiting my amazing parents in Texas.
I’ve had so much fun with them that I’ve neglected taking photos. As I was outside running a couple errands though, the sunset colors of the big Texas sky caught my attention and I just had to stop.
As long as I had my camera and ditching my duties…I kept clicking…Walmart was selling leftover Christmas trees last week for 2 cents each so we got a baker’s dozen for fish habitat. If more would have fit in the truck, we would have gotten more. My brother wanted to know if we tried to talk them down in price. 😉 These will give those bass a reason to hang around.
Mom’s puttering around in the kitchen and Dad’s at the puzzle table.
And a beautiful full moon over the lake while steaks wait for the football game to end.
I think somebody lost a boat to the Alsea River overnight. The boat was almost full of water but still fully visible around 7:30 yesterday morning. But by 8:30am it was all the way under the water.
Not much can be done to rescue it at this point. They just have to hope the rope to the anchor holds until the water goes down.
The rain raised the river about 3 feet higher than expected. Rain filled the driftboat and sunk it. You can barely see the end tip bobbing on the surface in the photo below (on the left near the willows).
The boat was still hanging on before dark settled in last night. But it is nowhere to be seen this morning. Not Fun! 😦
I wonder how fast a sunken aluminum boat will move down a river? And what could possibly stop it?