Wednesday, 21 March 2012

Floating shift



12 comments:

  1. Very nice boatcast. I once did one on a sailboat, but it was short, since the Hermes Baby quitted working at such tilting...

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  2. A swell boatcast, vividly told. Now watch as the rest of the typosphere tries to emulate you!

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  3. Nice. The Tippa is perfect for the setting, it even matches the color of the geese.

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  4. I really need to get my canoe on the water. I'll have to drag out the plastic Corsair for that particular project - not that it's the best typer, but it's the one I'd least mind losing in the stream.

    Well done.

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  5. I choose to call it a boatypecast. Very nice. Sounds like you had a grand time.
    Nice photos.

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  6. Beautiful photo!. It seems to be a place to relax.

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  7. A type-boat-cast, how original!
    I'm glad the Tippa didn't Tip.

    I would have LOVED to have seen the sight of you floating in the middle of the river, typing away. Perhaps get someone to take a video of you next time?

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  8. Makes me want to take a typewriter out into the desert and tap away!

    Great idea. Nothing is off limits to the creativity of the Typosphere!

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  9. Excellent post! Reminds me I've been planning to get a typewriter down to the lakeside one of these days. Not quite like getting in an actual boat, but I could still get some interesting shots. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  10. Thank you for this vivid instant post from the river. I once took my Hermes 3000 rowing, it was good fun. The sum-up is another great idea.

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  11. Careful around my compatriots... those Canada Geese can be rather vicious, especially if you're around their eggs! Trust me, I found out the hard way.

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