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Caption Contest(!)

It’s Caption Contest(!) time! This month we have an interesting, and somewhat scary, photo for you to dwell on.

November Caption Contest (!)
Your caption here.
© 2020 Daisy Lombardi/Facebook

Your caption here. Thanks to Daisy Lombardi for posting the photo on Facebook.

Don’t forget to check out our November issue for last month’s Caption Contest(!) winner and Top Ten.


  1. John C Dukat 3 years ago

    “What we have here is a failure to deweedicate”

  2. Frank Jesse 3 years ago

    Beards are now stylish!

  3. Phileta Riley 3 years ago

    Ho, ho, ho!!!

  4. Mike 3 years ago

    Movable Ballist.

  5. Chris Boome 3 years ago

    FOR SALE: Little used boat, very low engine hours and qualifies for Federal Farm Tax Deduction

  6. Terry Jackson 3 years ago

    Have some with your Sushi

  7. dennis 3 years ago


  8. Rosann Allenbaugh 3 years ago

    I woke up this morning with the sundown shining in
    I found my mind in a brown paper bag within
    I tripped on a cloud and fell-a eight miles high
    I tore my mind on a jagged sky
    I just dropped in to see what condition my condition was in
    Yeah, yeah, oh-yeah, what condition my condition was in

  9. Bruce Munro 3 years ago

    The penultimate of procrastination .

  10. Andrea 3 years ago

    “Shelter-In-Place, I let my beard grow”

  11. Ros 3 years ago

    It’s like when you hop on a Zoom call, and it’s clear your mate hasn’t cut his hair since the start of the pandemic…

  12. Kent Carter 3 years ago

    That kelp bed has some really bad sailboat growth on it.

  13. Brian Richards 3 years ago

    Do you see my bottom diver in there anywhere?

  14. Brian Richards 3 years ago

    You need a fishing license to haul that boat.

  15. Stephen Crane 3 years ago

    We just love what saltwater does to our boats.

  16. Mark McNearney 3 years ago

    Well, it is Movember!

  17. Rich Brazil 3 years ago

    Hey! The new beard looks great!

  18. Scott Henry 3 years ago

    That is some farm-fresh sea-steading!

  19. Robert Sherry 3 years ago

    Rare photo of a sailboat tree in full bloom

  20. Kelvin D. Meeks 3 years ago

    Two words: Boat Beard

  21. Scott Henry 3 years ago

    Further proof that you can take the boat out of the sea, but you can’t take the sea out of (off of?) the boat.

  22. Vince Casalaina 3 years ago

    sushi anyone?

  23. Ron Harben 3 years ago

    “I’m sorry,” said the Yardmaster, “The EPA says you need an Environmental Impact Report before we can do a bottom job on your boat.”

  24. Victor 3 years ago

    Who needs an anchor?

  25. Don Cavers 3 years ago

    “Cockles and mussels alive alive oh”

  26. Ingrid 3 years ago

    Dinner is served … al fresco.

  27. William Huber 3 years ago

    For Sale: 27′ Plastic Classic.Functional sail cover, (greyish) white sails. Slightly bent pulpit, some dings, and deferred maintenance. A real diamond-in-the-rough! Recent Haul out!
    Name your price!

  28. Ken Brinkley 3 years ago

    Maybe now I can get a better handicap and racing

  29. Riley Muse 3 years ago

    Pandemic beard

  30. Tom W 3 years ago


  31. TomW 3 years ago

    Obviously it’s a French boat.

  32. Bob Mirabal 3 years ago

    Aqua farming is alive and well

  33. milly Biller 3 years ago

    What’s for dinner ?

  34. August van Driel 3 years ago

    Not a bad bad beard for a boat!

  35. Dan Brenny 3 years ago

    Honey, I think the interior wall paint for our daughters bedroom did not work well on the bottom of our boat.

  36. Dave Peterson 3 years ago

    Heard of Muscle Beach, now we have Muscle Boat.

    • Dave Peterson 3 years ago

      Heard of Muscle Beach, now there’s a Mussel Boat.

  37. Bob Martin 3 years ago

    Look ma! It’s a bearded lady!

  38. Jeff Phillips 3 years ago


  39. Brian Forster 3 years ago

    It was right about then when the yard found out the true capacity of its lifting straps.

  40. Bill T. 3 years ago

    Race much?

  41. Richard 3 years ago

    Ohh! You smashed my garden!

  42. Gil de Bernabe 3 years ago

    Going viral…

  43. Michael 3 years ago

    Replacing zincs is a tedious chore Max Ebb grumbled as Lee Helm rode by on her Briggs and Stratton.

  44. Mark Blum 3 years ago

    A bearded face
    is nice
    to touch
    but on a boat
    it’s way too much

  45. Bill Schaumburg 3 years ago

    That shouldn’t slow us down much.

  46. Augie Phillips 3 years ago

    Sustainability harvested, locally sourced

  47. Jim Dinger 3 years ago

    When this Covid19 thing is over, I’m going to have my beard trimmed

  48. Pat McCormick 3 years ago

    I should have been suspicious when the bottom cleaner asked me how long my arm was!

  49. William Huber 3 years ago

    Living proof that antifouling paint has its limits!

  50. Bill Willcox 3 years ago

    Am I still on time for the ZZ Top audition?

  51. David Wilson 3 years ago

    Understatement: Not all growth is good.

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