Wednesday Word Search – Oat

Welcome to another Wednesday Word Search where I pick a word and share some of the images I find in an image search of the blog.

Awhile back I searched for ‘hat’ and ‘bat’ so started a theme of ‘?at’ words. Last week I searched for ‘nat’ so will continue on.

The word for tonight is: Oat

Oat should be interesting. The string ‘oat’ is in some interesting words.

What images will I find?

Black goats, Tarsus, Roman Road, TurkeyThe first image is of black goats out in the countryside north of Tarsus, Turkey. We were visiting a Roman road that was built along a path Paul may have traveled on.

First Century Boat, Sea of GalileeThe next image is of a first century boat that was found at the Sea of Galilee.

Boat on Sea of Galilee, 1st Century ReplicaI like this third image. It was taken on the Sea of Galilee. We were taking a cruise on a replica of a first century boat.

Rain Coat, Rainy Day, Foldable Rain CoatHere is my rain coat that has been to all seven continents during my travels through the years. It is one of the first things that goes into my suitcase each trip.

Dead Sea, FloatingI will end with floating in the Dead Sea with my friends.

These images show that ‘oat’ is found in many different words. However, most of the images I found were for goats and things that float.

Which is your favorite ‘oat’ picture?

What should I search for next? I will probably continue with the next ?at word. I took a quick look and I have some interesting images for ‘pat’ to choose from.

Steven

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