08 May 2014

A Different Kind of Water Taxi

You get across the river your way, and they'll do it their way:

Caribou get a ride near Circle during breakup on the Yukon River in early May.

8 comments:

Sandy said...

Rev. Paul,

So many animals do it this way, my hope is they make it across to actual land and don't drowned or starve to death.

I like your header page on your blog.

Rev. Paul said...

Sandy, caribou are strong swimmers, but this group appears to be protecting young'uns. The ice will drift closer to shore as long as the water is rising. And thank you.

Old NFO said...

Ummm... Does this classify as a 'slow boat'???

Rev. Paul said...

NFO, I was thinking "raft", but maybe that's just me. :)

armedlaughing said...

Yeah, one doesn't see that around here so much...
Or caribou.


gfa

Rev. Paul said...

I'd be rather surprised if you tell me there are ice floes in the Phoenix area ...

Teresa said...

Just floatin' along. :D

Rev. Paul said...

Yep, just little float trip for the family. :)