Sunday, June 2, 2013

Sailing With Your Lawn

Despite the fact that everyone thinks of Egypt as a barren desert (which in fairness, much of it is), anywhere you have water, almost anything grows. Still, I was surprised to see grass growing on the rudder of a felucca sailing near us on the Nile the other day. At least the captain isn't bringing a goat along to mow it.


brattcat said...

loved yesterday and today's post. thank you.

William Kendall said...

That's peculiar!

Star said...

Thanks, as usual, for sharing these interesting snippets of real everyday life in Egypt with us.

Norma said...

I've always wanted to visit Egypt. Your photoblog is the next best thing to being there!

Anonymous said...

I just stumbled across your blog, and I'm enjoying the posts. Thank you so much for sharing your life in Egypt. Visiting Egypt is on my "bucket list."

Helen said...

Me gusta mucho como enseƱas tu mundo con lo diferente que debe de ser de tu pais de origen..Buen sitio.Te invito a visitar mi blog de viajes y fotos.un saludo.Helen.

David Smith said...

I truly enjoy my occasional visits to your blog. The photos and your commentaries are always unique and informative.

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