S is for Sailboat – this one seen during a family kayaking expedition on the Bon Secour River in Alabama near Mobile Bay.
S is for Sarcophagus for the Nelson Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City, Missouri.
S is for Sasquatch. I met this friendly fellow at a trail race here in Oklahoma.
S is for School Desk.
And S is for Seals. Or maybe it is a sea lion!!
S is also for Sea Plane. This one landed on the intercoastal canal in Gulf Shores, Alabama and taxied to a restaurant for lunch. The pilot and the passengers. The plane didn’t get lunch. But you probably alraeady knew that.
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