I don’t know how to paddle down a river. Canoe help?
The coolest ‘river-fishing’ themed restaurant has hip waiters.
The safest way to cross a river? Well, it deepens.
Dear Pun Gents,
My husband and I are thinking about starting a business and I’m hoping you can help us with a name.
We’re looking at being a paddle sports outfitter. Thinking canoes, kayaks and paddle board rental and guide service. Looking to do fishing as well. We also want to offer services in the winter like ice fishing, ice skating and snowshoeing.
We’re located in northern Minnesota in a smaller town, Bemidji. We’re known for our gigantic Paul and Babe statues and for being ‘the first city on the Mississippi River’. Our place is located on Lake Irving and on the Mississippi.
We’ve also thought about offering courses like an ‘outdoor school’
Thanks, so much, in advance!
~Tonya, Bemidji, MN
AS THE PUN GENTS SEE IT:
- Either Oar
- Out and Fit
- Take a Kayak [Take a hike]
- Boat and Sold
- Paddle Springs Outfitters
- Minnie Miss Outfitters
- Go with the Float
- Where the Mississippi Floats
- Buoy Meets Miss (or Buoy Meets Babe)
- Babe’s Buoy
- Swing and a Miss Outfitters
- Go with the Flow
Egypt’s failed hydro dam, aka the Joule of Denial.
My cow can cross a river all by herself. She went to Oxfjord.
There are Chinese food places popping up along London’s riverbanks. Must be a Sino the Thames.
Milli Vanilli song about rock-climbing with Republicans in Germany: ‘Belay Mitt on the Rhine‘.
The inventor of the canoe is among my he rows.
I thought I saw a river, but I was mistaken. I must be getting see nile.