Saturday, November 12, 2011

Good Day

We got some of the framework done for the tarp. We stopped to see some friends, who had excepted delivery of our tarp, and we sat in their sun porch for the afternoon laughing the day away. As much as I wanted to get the boat all tucked away, it was equally important to visit with good friends.

We did manage to get some work done before the sun went away. We stopped for the night and had dinner at Jack's, and we saw some familiar faces, which only reminded us of all the summer fun we had. Was a good day  :)

Blue to black

Well, we had a great time in Bermuda, and sitting on the pink beach overlooking the bright blue water was what we needed. Now we have to start winterizing KellyNicole. She just got hauled out this week from the cold black waters, and we have to start the framework for the tarp. Fifty degrees, high winds, twenty feet off the ground, carrying boards and drills. Lovely. The joy in Deb's face means this will be a fun time :(
At least we have sun!

I have Monday off, and plan on finishing off all the winterizing duties under the cold black skies of the South Shore of Ontario. Then I will kiss the old girl goodbye for a while, but I'm hoping we get a mild winter, so I can get a few things done out there. I am really going to push myself to ignore the cold and snow, and knock off some things that need to get done so we can get the heck out of here. Can't let Mid-Life Cruising beat us to the islands :)