Energy crisis

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For the visually challenged writer, the photo shows a woman standing on a stone dock by a lake tossing morsels of food into the air. She’s surrounded on the dock, in the air, and on the water, by various birds and waterfowl going after the food.


After the shock of seeing the amount of her latest electricity invoice wore off, Tammy decided that, in order to save energy going forward, she would find a boat and live on it.

She contacted many people who dealt in selling boats and also went online to research the pros and cons of boat living. Her research convinced her that it was a good decision. She put her house on market and started looking around for a nice boat to buy.

Today was her first day on her new boat. She took some bird food with her to celebrate with her new neighbors.


Written for FFFC # 181, hosted by Fandango

Also included FSS # 59, hosted by Fandango



58 thoughts on “Energy crisis

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  1. The amount of maintenance a boat needs is huge and unless you can do it yourself — and most of us can’t — make it a lot less economical. But it does sound really lovely, doesn’t it? Even if I suspect it’s a lifestyle for the young and mechanical.

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