Tuesday, May 13, 2008

A Fine Lady


The Lady Washington visits to Port Townsend during the annual Wooden Boat Festival are always a welcome sight around the bay.

11 comments:

Steffe said...

Can't go wrong with a wooden boat festival,I would be shooting all day!

Olivier said...

il est magnifique ce bateau, il donne envie de partir en mer
it is splendid this boat, he gives desire to leave in sea.

imac said...

Great ship and photo also grand post.


Pop over to see my Q post and the Bluebells.

Jim said...

Dont you think it would be great to be the captain on that boat?

Small City Scenes said...

Beautiful. they will be in tacoma in June or JUly. I saw them in Seattle a few years ago. MB

babooshka said...

This is probably ehat the star of india looked like I posted about. So glad you posted this, it's glorious tall ship image. Makes me just what to take to the high seas.

Louis la Vache said...

These fine photos encourage "Louis" to get cracking and post more of the historic ships on the San Francisco Bay. Beautiful photos of a beautiful ship! "Louis" thanks you for posting these!

Erik said...

Fantastic. I must say, living inland I so miss big boats and big water. Its just feels good for the soul to sink your toes into some seawater.

Thanks for giving me a good moment of procrastination.

Hilda said...

She's pretty! I'd love to see a real boat like her in my lifetime.

Chuck Pefley said...

The Lady is indeed a beautiful vessel. I always love seeing her on Elliott Bay when she calls.

Dina said...

Wish I could come to your boat festival. A great way to learn boat building and live in community is at www.carpentersboatshop.org in Maine.