Saturday, May 17, 2014

Caution: Low Bridge


One of the things I love about rowing a pupparin in Newport is the vertical clearance.  When the tide is too high for all of the gondolas to make it under certain bridges, she just glides right under those spans. 

Here's a shot from the back of the boat this evening as my passengers and I were approaching the 38th Street bridge.

Sometimes I feel like I should do the limbo on the back.

2 comments:

Cinque said...

Low bridges gave us a reason to sit down for a bit.

Tamás said...

Hello Greg,

> One of the things I love about rowing a pupparin in Newport is the vertical clearance. When the tide is too high for all of the gondolas to make it under certain bridges, she just glides right under those spans.

From the anti-discrimination point of view, that's a problem which needs fixtures to fix it properly!

Best Regards: Tamas Feher, Hungary.