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... and bought lots of essential stuff (it must be or Ken wouldn't have ordered it - don't worry he's the same old Kenny).
One of the absolute essentials is the American's Great Loop Cruisers Association Gold Burgee (small flag). I joined the AGLCA after learning, in a Bar somewhere on the East Coast, that it was possible to go down the Mississippi via the St Lawrence Seaway and the Great ...
... as long as we returned the next day with said money orders. Oh all right...!!!
We happily took a bus back to the bridge - pausing to gorge ourselves on a Japanese smorgasbord on the way. Oh Nancy - it was so good to see you!
Monday, bright and early, we successfully negotiated the bank and announced our return to Officer Bolton. I've never seen Ken Norris part with money with such ...
... at theTiki Bar or Bridget's Cross, stuffed grouper at the City Pier or seafood pasta at home we had a splendid time. Many books were devoured, many steps taken, many miles cycled and thousands and thousands of calories, both comestibles and potables consumed with a few thousand less burned.
Sadly we are slowly packing our respective cars as this must all come to an end on Saturday. Weather has been great, only a few ...
... a nasty day given that it is so close to spring. We have not even ventured outside except for the most necessary chores. And so here we sit this St. Paddy's Monday at Marina Jacks in Sarasota, snug as bugs in our warm boat on this cold, wet day. To warm the insides, First Mate is going to whip up some deer meat stew (yum, yum!) and recall those funny but kind folks in Carabelle who so thoughtfully gave us the meat as a gift before we made the Crossing. Seems like ages ago.
We awoke this morning to the beginning of week six! Sleep deficit gone, both of us were up and about by 7, now without the benefit of an alarm clock, in fact only twice since graduation have we even set an alarm. That is kind of cool too.
Yesterday we literally broke out the bikes (it's a long story we won't go into now ) and rode 20 minutes to St Armand's Circle to window shop. The time in Tobago left our cycling muscles soft so we needed a good soak ...