As shown in the fantastic documentary titled “Planes, Trains and Automobiles,” travel plans can occasionally kick you in your bathing suit parts. When they do, you need to catch your breath, adjust your boxers, and figure out the new plan.Continue reading ““Six Bucks and My Right Nut Says We Ain’t Landing In Chicago””
Years ago Teresa and I decided to buy a boat. At that time, preparation for picking up the boat, such as making flight arrangements, buying gear, achieving all training goals, seemed like distant activities easily fit into a wide-open calendar. Then time kept marching on . . . . Then COVID . . . .
And now the delivery (fingers crossed) is just 6 months away. The speed with which our “abundance of time” has compressed into “holy crap, we don’t have very much time” is sobering. Suddenly, the need to decide where to buy stuff, what stuff to buy, and getting the stuff to the boat is a hair-on-fire rush.
And the “madness takes its toll.” (Nah, not really, this is just a throwback to the Rocky Horror for you Rocky Horror nerds like me [I’m looking right at you Elaine!!])Continue reading “Time Is Fleeting”
Boy, do I crack myself up. This is not a full blog post, just a quick post to show some pictures of the Wild Rumpus build status.Continue reading “That Time of the Month!”
In June we had the great opportunity to spend a week in the British and U.S. Virgin Islands. Five of those days were on a boat. Not just any boat. A super luxurious, super cool catamaran! We spent a week on a Privilege Catamaran.Continue reading “A Week Of Privilege (literally and figuratively)”
So, per usual, I am 6 months behind. My apologies, it takes that long to make the gifs from scratch. (Total BS)Continue reading “Miami Boat Show 2019!”