Wordless Wednesday

BobHouse

Sixty plus degrees today and standing water. I sure wouldn’t want to be the person venturing onto this ice to remove those last three bob houses. 🙂

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Master Gardener who enjoys gardening, quilting, photography, and traveling.
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33 Responses to Wordless Wednesday

  1. Julie says:

    Lovely composition and colours Judy. We have nothing like that here, I’m guessing they float in fashion of sorts by the name of them?

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    • Well…they are suppose to be on the ice and not in the water. 🙂 They are used for ice fishing but are usually taken off the ice when the weather gets warm. These three are the last ones I could see anywhere on Lake Winnepesaukee. With the standing water, and now they say it is going to go up to 70 today, I can’t imagine how they are going to get them off the ice. Well, I guess they’ll take an ATV out and pull them in, but I sure hope they do it safely or those fishing shacks will suddenly be ‘bob houses’ for sure. Glad you liked it. 🙂

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  2. Gosh no! Don’t want that job.
    However, I work smarter than harder. Couldn’t they have put a rope on them earlier and then wait for the ice to melt and then pull the floating house in? I’m just spit-balling 😉

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  3. pbmgarden says:

    Wow, I wish them luck getting those moved safely. The temperatures rose quickly here too. We’re headed to 80 today. Hope spring doesn’t grow up too fast.

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    • I went out yesterday and spent a couple of hours picking of branches and sticks and taking covers off blueberry bushes. It was heaven, but I noticed that most of the trees are budded which will be wonderful if we are having an early spring. But, it won’t be so good if we have a late winter storm. I guess we all keep our fingers crossed. 🙂

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  4. Dan Antion says:

    This is a beautiful photo Judy. I hope they get to these before they begin a journey of their own.

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  5. KerryCan says:

    We have the same view out our living room window. Sometimes I sit and ponder what I would do if I saw one go through . . .

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  6. Norm 2.0 says:

    Excellent shot Judy. I hope they get those in soon.

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  7. hmmm… that’s a problem that I wouldn’t want to have.

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  8. Me neither! Nice photo, though. Glad the weather is mild.
    We had a mild, almost springlike day yesterday. I hope today is also mild.

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  9. Laurie Graves says:

    Nice photo! I’ve never heard them referred to as “bob houses.” Only fishing shacks. Or something along that line. But the name makes complete sense. You never know what you are going to learn when reading a blog 😉 It’s wonderful.

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  10. Ogee says:

    They will make lovely underwater fish habitat soon!

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  11. Joyce says:

    It’s been unseasonably warm here, too, over the past few days. Kind of nice to smell spring approaching, but I just hope tulips don’t emerge and then get frozen by a sudden storm – like last year! Love the bob houses and I hope they get hauled in safely!

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  12. I always love seeing the ice huts in winter but indeed, i wonder how do they get them of now? xo Johanna

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  13. Eek. Maybe someone can throw out a hook and pull them to shore.

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  14. Mary says:

    I’m with you, they waited too long – yikes!

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  15. pagedogs says:

    I’ve never heard them called “bob houses” either. I love it. But I’m really surprised those are still out there. A man fell through the ice and drowned a few days ago on Lake Megunticook near here.

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  16. Grandma Kc says:

    Glad you are getting some warmer weather. Spring is almost there and soon you can start planting! Love the picture.

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  17. It’s really warm, but it was raining most of the day. I have to admit, I’m good with early warm. As long as it keeps raining. We need the rain.

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  18. I showed my fishermen husband this image…he started to salivate! Smile…..

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  19. Oh my they’d better hope for another freeze or two!!

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  20. Yikes! It’s too warm here for ice fishing as well…in the past week, there has been a couple of reports of vehicles going through the ice.

    Brilliant colours and light in this photo. 🙂

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  21. Nancy says:

    I have been traveling so catching up on your posts! You sound like me… Can’t have just one love! Oh and I love a craft IPA Beer!

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