Lake Scenes and Bottle of Beer
We went for a walk around Salem's city lake yesterday, and Sun-Ae took some photos, which I reproduce below and which offer close-ups by clicking on the photos, respectively.
Here's a photo of the lake from a small wetlands area fed by a tiny creek behind us and therefore not visible in this photo:
Next is a peaceful shoreline scene:
You see in the photo below some local wildlife (several geese and a duck, but I can't make out the duck as I post this), though these fowl don't seem especially wild:
The lake has a dock, but whether for small boats or just fishing, I don't know:
Here's a view of the lake showing its length:
After the lakeside's arduous march without provisions, we stopped by at my brother Tim's place, where I enjoyed a small bottle of the devil's brew:
The drink would appear to be obscurely hinting at the possibility that it offers a 'bottomless' bottle of beer, but there was - fortunately for me - a bottom to this bottle.
I therefore had another . . .
Labels: The Bottomless Bottle of Beer