Sunday, June 9, 2013

A First Kayak Of The Season

After dinner we took a paddle.

The first one of the season, the water was cold but it was beautiful.

A little trip ta da dump. a silver plate tray
3 tervis tumblers, and the little tin is full of small cutters in 
several shapes so cute.

And my favorite thrifting friend found some of my pottery.
When I went to the Lupine festival, I also found 2 big
beer mugs that go with my set.

Ok something totally off track I love these new triscuits!
I have not tried the other new kinds but this are wonderful
and soooo good with cheese.
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Have a great week everyone.!

16 comments:

Primitive Stars said...

Evening Kathy, oh the lake looks so beautiful, good fun your first Kayak ride.......wonderful dump finds, I also have the tin of little cutters, cute......Hope we have those Triskets in Canada, they look yummy.....Blessings Francine.

DM said...

That kayak trip looks so beautiful...I love to kayak also.
I haven't tried those triscuits yet but looks goooood.

Rugs and Pugs said...

I like Triscuits, but not sure if I'll try those.
The water looks so peaceful.
Hugs :)
Lauren

From Beyond My Kitchen Window said...

We love the brown rice with sea salt and black pepper triscuits. They are so delicious. The finds are fantastic and so was the calmness of the water on your kayak ride.

The Paisley Studio/Sarah McNamara said...

You always fin such great stuff -- but where do you put it all? Enjoy your kayak rides. Sarah

Mugwump Woolies said...

That pic of the kayak made my blood pressure drop ten points! Wow does that look "calming". People kayak all over down here...need to put that on my list! Great goodies!
Robyn

yaya said...

What a beautiful place you live in! I love the lake shots...so peaceful and how fun to go kayaking! I've never heard of those triscuits before..I need to start looking closer! I'm taking it that some are gluten free? Have a good Monday!

Julie Hargreaves said...


Its great to be out on the water nice blog

Judy said...

The pictures are wonderful--also the one of the Lupines from your last post. The lake looks beauteous--I haven't rowed in a boat like--forever! I didn't know Tervis tumblers were special until my sister gave me some. I really like that I can keep them in the refrigerator to use for my iced tea. Nice finds at the dump!!!

Julia said...

What a picture perfect place on the lake. It looks like a place to die for. So peaceful looking.

I have never kayacked but my daughter and her family have Kayacks at the lake.

I had those little ordoeuvre cutters and gave them to the grandkids to play in the clay.

Have a great week.
Hugs,
JB

Nellie said...

What a peaceful place for that kayak ride! I've not seen those Triscuits on my shopping trips.

camp and cottage living said...

Beautiful place to kayak!
I think I would love those Triscuits too

Rose H (UK) said...

Hi Cathy
Your kayak trip certainly looks soothingly wonderful.
Great finds :o)
Triskets? I doubt I'll find any in the UK :o(
Have a great week.
Rose H
xx

Willow said...

LOVE Kayaking and canoeing. Nice trip to the dump... glad you clarified the Triscuts as I was still on dump picture mind set lol

Balisha said...

I used to have a little tin like that. The kids used the cutters for play dough more than I ever did.
Do the new triscuits have wheat in them?
Balisha

Lynn said...

How great is it that the two of you can go kayaking? Such a beautiful peaceful place!

Love the dump finds and will look for the triscuts - they sound good!