Hello Janice, thank you for your insights into cruising life.
For Grover, the Canadian boat moved to The Boatyard Grill in Ithaca NY last I knew around 2 years ago. Here is the address: 525 Old Taughannock Blvd, Ithaca, NY 14850.
Hope you had a great Christmas and look forward to your safe advice for 2018.
Hello, Janice! Spot on advice, that many of us should pay attention to. If we're honest with ourselves a little houseboat would suit our boating needs just fine. Most have more comfortable accommodations than little boats and are simpler to run and maintain.
I hope your recent adventure aboard Sea Weed was fun! Hope to see some photos posted sometime. :)
I do appreciate the information on the mini-lesson that's up north. I considered buying that one back in 2008. She was white with a red stripe then. That dark green hull was a serious improvement in looks.
I will be sure to pass along to Grover the locale. I'm sure he'll be glad to have the information.
Your KK must be a gem. They are spacious for certain. I lived visiting with Ted and Sarah aboard their Manatee. Very spiffy. Nice folks too.
Perhaps one day our wakes will cross. In the meantime take care. Stay warm. J.
I do appreciate the information on the mini- Schucker ... Autocorrect bit me. Twice. I loved visiting Manatee.
The ego gets involved all too often when reality points in another direction. For myself I'd like to wear something cute. Instead in this weather I am working with practical. Right now that means a floor length long sleeved high collared flannel nightgown. It isn't glamorous however it is toasty warm.
And that is my life in one sentence... It is comfortable and a bit decadent too. I am truly blessed.
Tonight I did a load of laundry. It is hanging down below in my cabin. I'm glad it's done.
Tonight I'm going to hopefully get the next article finished. This year I am going to attempt to post shorter pieces more frequently. That's the goal, written in beach sand on a rising tide. Your friend in the south, J.
P.S. I hope you're doing okay with this storm. Be safe girl.