Sailfish Beach Resort
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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 ...
... we were getting resigned to the idea of the cuffs and chains. Officer Bolton was very apologetic about the fact that it was a two hour drive to Chrome, and we would probably miss out on dinner. We'd decided that if only one of us had to go to Prison, it should be me, as it offered marvelous blogging opportunities. So we were rather surprised when someone higher up the food chain decided that we could go home for ...
... a few clouds in 25 days of sunny skies and lofty temps. Hopefully as we wend our separate ways North this weekend, the last of the snow will have vanished up north and we can break out the gardening tools and the Miata for the joys of spring in Niagara.
When I'm old and infirm and not able to do this any more, somebody please remind me that I had a fabulous time, the best possible winter in 2015, while I was still able for it!
Just a side note about "dog people" and "dog culture"... We have owned 3 dogs over the past 30 years. Until this most recent dog, Sammy, we just got a puppy, added it into the family mix and moved on. We had a dog, but we were not "dog people". I did not realize what this meant until this new dog. Since we live in Ohio, if you get a new puppy Feb 1 (stupid idea) you have to do extra things like shoveling snow ...
... lights up the sky like multicolored jewels and it was not unusual to hear music waft across the water. This is a city that is both beautiful and functional.
We truly enjoyed the city of St. Pet. However, life on the mooring ball was not without its challenges. The boat constantly rocked and swung back and forth. We had no land power so we had to use our generator and conserve our water. This was also the first time we were in a situation where a dinghy was a necessity ...