Thursday, May 11, 2017

Jettylegs

legs of  the jetty
I am taking JettyLegs to his first visit to a dermatologist in 80 plus years, dragging him is what I am doing. might be late today
Bob legs on top of the jetty

the lowest end of the Jetty that allows me to get up on the jetty that I did not get up on

unknown lady legs on jetty that I would not walk on



No Swimming, No diving, No jumping and No pushing... Deck Subject to WAVE action says the sign

Rip Currents Signs telling you how to get out of the current if you are dumb enough to swim there.

19 comments:

Ginny Hartzler said...

Bob has nice legs. NOW, tell us what the problem is and what the dermatologist said. It must be something miserable, or he would never agree to go. HEY, you will NOT believe this. Phil is going to the dermatologist today too. On the very same day that Bob is!! This is just plain weird!!! Now we both want to know the difference between a jetty and a pier!

jandi said...

morning Sandra! I cant believe Bob didn't have a swim there... I enjoyed your post... always so witty... hope all is ok with your hubby.

Mildred said...

Praying all goes well at the dermatologist today. Keep us posted.

Gayle - venturesinphotos said...

Hey, you didn't obey the instructions. The sign says you are supposed to get on the jetty and wave.
My best to Bob on the outcome of the appointment.

Jo said...

Bob has cool legs! I also wouldn't get up onto the jetty with those warning signs about. Was the trip to the dermatologist successful?

Madi and Mom said...

Good luck you you and Jetty legs...OMCs living in Florida I would think the dermatologist was a necessity!!
Love this post and your cre8tivity
Hugs madi and mom

Cranberry Morning said...

Oh I love those water splashing photos!! And nice legs, Bob! It's so important to know how to deal with a riptide. My brother-in-law was caught in one and drowned when he was 19 years old. He was in the Air Force and swimming at Okinawa. Very sad, and I'm sure they didn't have a sign. It's amazing how much public service info we have nowadays, mostly to our advantage. Have a great day, Sandra.

Mama and da DB Boyz said...

Beautiful jetty views! Hope all goes well at the dermatologist!

Linda said...

I hope they can help him! Men! You have to herd them like sheep! And there's always a wayward one!

photowannabe said...

Rip tides and wave action are always scary to me. Love your take on the legs.

Karen said...

I like the view from the jetty. Glad your hubby 'decided' to go to the dermatologist.

Ida said...

Yikes! I think I'd pass on walking on the Jetty Too and I certainly wouldn't try swimming there (I'm not a good swimmer at all).

Ruth Hiebert said...

Interesting photos. I would not be wanting to go on that jetty either.

Mevely317 said...

I (claim to) love the sea, but these shots have me going, "Noooo WAY!"
Please reassure us, all's well with your love?

PS - Nice legs!

Lois said...

I have to go to the dermatologist every year for what I call a "mole patrol" because I've had some suspicious areas removed. Too much time spent in the sun when I was younger! I don't blame you for not getting up on that jetty by the way.

Ann Thompson said...

Hope the dermatologist appointment went well and that it wasnt for anything too bad. When you were dragging him was he kicking and screaming?

Pam Jackson said...

Hoping the dermo apt went well. I have not been to the dermo in the last couple of years. Last time was a full body check....FUN, FUN, FUN. Nothing like having a young punk of a doc check over a fat saggy old body! haha

Debby@Just Breathe said...

I don't think I have ever seen a jetty like that. Hope the doctors appointment went well.

Rose said...

I am with Ginny in wondering why and what the results are...I sure hope nothing bad.