- May 20, 2016
Hope it all comes back negative. It’s amazing how quick some of that stuff works!!
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Grrr. Ditto the forecast, Mark. Barometer falling like a rock. Winds in the mid to upper 40s for tomorrow, easing some Saturday. Blowing like stink all day yesterday, all last night and today. Boat felt like being on a roller coaster. Decided to head for home after visiting John Lund. Just no fun, eh? Of course it is winter, but it would have been nice to schedule the crappy weather for another time. Just say'n.Currently in HI but seeing flood and high wind warnings for Skagit Co...
Yesterday we watched our 2006 cruising DVD that had lots of fond memories of our flotilla. In a previous visit we watched our 2005 DVD and before that our 2004 cruise. John remembered most of it, but had trouble recalling some of the places we visited. He seems pretty normal to me; I have trouble with memory at times, too. His boat is still on the hard and he wants his old life back; don't we all.Hope John is OK
Thanks Will. Quite the time piece.The clock is magnificent
Sounds like a threat worthy of a follow-through. Reminded me of some years ago, while our flotilla was anchored in Cordero Bay on a Sunday morning, two brothers appeared in their skiff, well on their way towards six sheets to the wind. They insisted on singing to us an Irish tune. It would have helped had they had a Concertina handy to aid in their duo, but nice of them nonetheless.I was afraid you bought a concertina to regail us at anchor
Thanks nightowle.great story with it as well
I know a couple of Irish tunes. Always wanted a concertina to play them on. Didn't buy one in Cork when we sailed into the because $90 was too pricey for us in 1986. Now, I really can't afford them. One of my big regrets.They insisted on singing to us an Irish tune.