I've seen a lot of things in Mathews County, but this may be a first.
Not the pretty marsh grasses. I'm talking about that boat.
The boat that's pretending not to be a boat.
The boat hiding underneath all that brush so instead of looking like a boat, it looks like a boat with brush on top.
The boat that's serving as a duck blind.
Of course, it could be a deer blind, a goose blind or a
The various hunting seasons, methods, and rules of engagement are lost on me except for the following bit of advice: During deer season do not go for a walk without
But let's get back to the boat blind, shall we?
Camouflaged boats are nothing new around here. Depending on the season you'll see camouflage everything, including cars, trucks, baby strollers, bicycles, ATVs, four-pronged walkers and wheelchairs. You name it, they can camo it.
But someone went to great lengths and used a bit of ingenuity to come up with this one. This is the first time I've seen an old boat with a cabin repurposed as a blind. I wonder what it looks like on the inside.
For those of you who might be strangers to the hunting scene, below is a photo of a not-made-in-Mathews duck blind from a site called Duck Hunting Blind.
Doesn't have nearly as much character as the Made in Mathews one, does it?
I applaud the efforts of the person who
Just imagine what he could create for the Christmas parade which, by the way, is December 11.