That's a lot of bottoms! I have fond memories of riding on the glass bottom boat when I was just a kid. Yes, I survived the most recent dust storm. It sort of petered out before it go to my house.
What a great start to my afternoon looking at favourite blogs. I'm smiling :).
Welcome back, Lowell! Great picture, as always!
That boat has an amazing bottom. So does the tourist.
Oh, I've been on one of those and what fun to see the fish!! Great capture for the day, Lowell!! Hope you have a wonderful weekend!!
It looks crowded!
I often wonder what a fish thinks when it sees this view. Do fish have photographers? If they do, how do they display their work?
It's good to have your humour back, Lowell!
You're baaaaack! You know how scared I am of those boats because of you-know-what...
I'm glad to see that the glass bottom boats are still used.I always get a kick out of seeing that Sharon just said the same thing that I was thinking.
You are funny! Poor fish. ( remind me to watch my " hang- over". Next time I sit on the edge of anything ! Welcome back!
Welcome back!"Madge, they're up there again. Sheesh! What a bunch of peeping Toms! What the heck, go ahead. Moon them."
That must be a lot of fun, I would enjoy going in a boat like this! :)
I wonder who is more interested in what they see, the fish or the people!
Must be fun to look at fishes through a glass bottom boat, I never had the opportunity...Welcome back, Lowell !
Butt, butt, butt...'Smile' for the camera.
Ha! You are making me smile!
Is the glass bottom boat back? I thought this was one of the things the "new" Silver Springs didn't offer anymore.
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