Update: The Acidman asked nicely, so here are the best toenails on western waters: Click on the image to enlarge it.
I'm experiencing the last one before May 2007 right here on the Gilbert River, Columbia County, OR. A little dock up a tidal river that empties Sturgeon Lake on Sauvie Island. The current flows both ways here, the only navigable river in OR whose full length is both navigable and tidal.
Just a few boats from my yacht club, many more are cruising Puget Sound and the Canadian islands now. But other boats, waterskiers and jetskiers all seem to co-exist peacefully on this little stream. Sort of like the proverbial water hole where the lion can drink beside the gazelle.
Drink, did I say drink? Freudian slip, that.
The moonrise was spectacular, but I don't have a camera that will capture that scene as I saw it with my own eyes. Acidman will eat his heart out with envy, though, because I found the best example of toenail art I have ever seen. Maybe if he asks nicely in the comments, I might update with a picture later.
After the moonrise appreciation, I watched "South Pacific" on my laptop. Now they KNEW how to make musicals in those days. I remember this film from my youth mostly because my ex had memorized most of the songs from it. One of the few things about her that I appreciate to this day.
And no, Acidman, she didn't paint her toenails.