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... and when
he drops it to around $10 I'll start the bidding and get it for
around $15, no one is going to pay that much for a cake. Hey it's for
a good cause, I'm all over this cake, I can almost taste it now. BAM!
This thing starts going $25-30-40-60-80-100, 100, 100, $110 SOLD! I
have no words, my mouth is hanging open. What just happened here?
$110 for that cake? Did I miss that maybe Miss Jane was also cooking
a dinner to go with that cake? A joyful noise ...
As with most stories that I write, they are all based on sheer facts and
observations according to the way I see the the world through my
eyes. You may or may not always agree but hey, that's what makes the
world go round. With that said, this little tale is a bit different.
This one involves a bit of wisdom and knowledge from published
etiquette books, schools and basically some very smart folks.
We all have had this happen to us at some point in our ...
Looking around it seems that we are yet again going to navigate our way through a gift shop. The kitschy key chains with blinking names (but never my name?) are on display, right next to palm tree mugs and picture frames shaped like sunglasses. T-shirts line the walls and sweatshirts are folded in two foot tall stacks just waiting to be dug through to find the right size and color to scream that you were “here!”
... bridge tender called us on 09 VHF and said that traffic was light and he'd be happy to let us pass! Of course, we were thrilled to accept his considerate offer. For any bridge -- and especially this one, with a nasty reputation for its sometimes surly operators -- such considerations are rare. Thank you, kind sir! (Tip of the hat)
Getting to MBYC early provided an opportunity to relax in the cockpit ...
... way to the Hwy 17 bridge at 8+ knots in the favorable breeze. Maggie did several stints at the helm and is getting the knack of handling the boat. She seems much more at ease doing this now and her earlier tentativeness has been replaced with confidence.
The comfort factor improved today, with sunshine and warmth instead of cold and shivering. I am definitely not a cold weather person and it felt good to go without a shirt for awhile during our sail up the ...