Wednesday, December 10, 2008

High Water

When I last visited this spot, before the rainy season, this boat was on dry land. The shoreline was about 2 feet away from this seemingly abandoned boat. Our tide fluctuations are not that great to cover and uncover this boat daily.



I wonder sometimes if the island is sinking.



8 comments:

K.W. Michigan said...

That's a scary thought .. sinking!

Nancy said...

How about our melting ice caps raising the water?

MD in Texas said...

I certainly hope it isn't sinking!

BTW, any word on the Hidalgo construction? Por Esto says it has started, but I don't always believe what I read there!

9 days until we arrive! Can't wait!

Islagringo said...

kw: scary thought indeed! Wait until you see my upcoming post about South Point!

Nancy: that would help explain the higher tides across the road from me that I wrote about a while back.

md: stay tuned tomorrow to find out if Hidalgo is under way or not!

Arizona Kelly said...

Hmmmm.... coule the coastline be changing in that area like it is at Playa Norte?

Steve Cotton said...

Or maybe you are just like Venice.

Sandye in Kansas said...

OOPS!

Have you considered learning ark building? :)

Islagringo said...

az kelley: anything is possible I guess.

steve: with pongas instead of gondolas!

sandye: that's a b-o-a-t isn't it? don't do boats. at least not any that aren't necessary to get to the mainland!