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... bit fidgety in their chairs and then I saw an old guy
point in the direction of the kitchen. Slowly walking towards the
front of the room came 2 ladies, each holding a cake. The place fell
silent, even the kids, what the heck was going on here? Do I need to
look for the nearest exit? Then the Auctioneer starts taunting the
crowd. This is what everyone has been waiting for, the gold at the
end of the rainbow. Here before us was coming 2 of this congregations
... for us all to
fill our tanks with. All was well, the half time show was playing,
there was light talking and of course more eating and then it
happened. BAM, the lights were off. Immediately I look at the clock
on the wall, cold chills run up my spine could it be? Could it be 3
hours since we all arrived? YES, YES it was! My God this man has
nerves (balls) of steel. Kathy ran to the doorway and immediately
demanded the lights go on and Warren explained ...
... red and yellow. But no, the color caught my eye first. The perfect shade of pink; not too light and not “stop you in your tracks” neon, but just right. The laundry situation is starting to look a little questionable; shirts are being sprayed with Febreeze and laid out to freshen and would it hurt to have an extra shirt? I’m pretty sure I can still fit one more shirt in my luggage. I cave. It really is a great t-shirt! ...
What I have learned this month...a new and
Totally different way of life. I suggest inland sailors all move outside & be apart of this cruising world.
1) women aboard are not just mate to cook, wash cloths and scrub boat.
2) be flexible for unforeseen problems, Life happens.
3)cold showers and emptying head :(
4)not to supersize meals, we don't get to run it off, ...
Our start this rnorning found us aground in the mouth of Jeremy Creek after leaving Leland Oil dock in McClellansville, SC. While this wasn't on our plan it did provide the opportunity to eat a nice breakfast, coming unstuck from the oatmeal-like bottom just as we finished the last of our coffee. From then on the day unfolded as planned, catching the tides just right and hitting all waypoints on schedule. The incoming tide carried us up Winyah Bay and we actually sailed ...