Mayday! We Are Sinking!

Here I had been worried about over-burdening one of those pedal/slide boats. From what I just saw on the water, I don’t think San Geraldo and I have anything to worry about. Those boats just might be unsinkable. But, just in case, I’m considering learning how to say “We are sinking!” in a variety of languages. I think it’s “¡Nos estamos hundiendo!” in Spanish

I COUNTED NINE. THEIR COMBINED WEIGHT HAS GOT TO BE MORE THAN OURS.
RIDING LOW IN THE REAR, BUT STILL AFLOAT.
A REGATTA.
AN UNEXPECTED IMAGE OF A UFO (LOWER LEFT).
(I WONDER IF THEY, TOO, HAVE TO REGISTER AS ALIENS.)

Author: Moving with Mitchell

From Brooklyn, New York; to North Massapequa; back to Brooklyn; Brockport, New York; back to Brooklyn... To Boston, Massachusetts, where I met Jerry... To Marina del Rey, California; Washington, DC; New Haven and Guilford, Connecticut; San Diego, San Francisco, Palm Springs, and Santa Barbara, California; Las Vegas, Nevada; Irvine, California; Sevilla, Spain. And Fuengirola, Málaga..

22 thoughts on “Mayday! We Are Sinking!”

  1. Kind of reminds me of Mexico… how many people can ride in a truck driving on the beach? (the good thing about this is that there are plenty of guys to push it out when it gets stuck)…. Of course I counted all the folks wearing life-jackets in your photo…. hope they can all swim.

  2. I'm "sinking" that's a little bit of dark humor there. I'm wondering why all ships aren't made out of the same material as those pedal boats!

  3. Hey Mitch, no sharks I hope. Looks nice and cool. Take a life jacket..
    Have a great Summer, Yvonne it is 60 degrees now for 3 days and rain.
    The Sun will come back on the 4th of July..Have you see that
    Snowden guy, the whistleblower? Thought he might go to Spain..

    1. Yvonne:
      We've been in the 80s and sunny all the time, as you can probably tell. Rough life. No sharks! Although there are about 50 different types, I think, of sharks in the Mediterranean, it's very rare for them to be around here.

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