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Monday, October 11, 2010

What IS It?



Periodically here on SlowBoat we post photos of the perplexing stuff we've seen and ask you to guess:  What IS It?


So here's a tranquil sunset scene on the Tennessee River.   What's all that stuff in the water? It looks like floating logs . . .  maybe an old-fashioned log drive!  But, what the . . .  those logs look incredibly skinny! 


What IS It?


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7 comments:

  1. You saw the filming of the next big Hollywood smash hit: "Snakes in a Lake".

    or

    Synchronized Fish Swimming...

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  2. You sunk the slowboat and that's what's left of your solar panels on the roof... This is one guess that I really hope I'm wrong about.

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  3. Hee hee! good guesses, but no ceegars for youze guyz.

    Hint: These floating items are the iceberg tip of a money-making enterprise.

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  4. Hmmm. A money maker.

    How about a cat fish farm

    or

    an underwater meth lab?

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  5. Pearl farming using freshwater mollusks hanging in baskets? from the floating assemblies.

    Wonder if that would work on the Juniata?

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  6. Cindy Mitchell sends this:

    I wasn't able to send a comment on your site but based on your hint....
    how about the tops of aquaculture nets?

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