Nice pics. It looks pretty warm!
ahhhhhhh...FINALLY! That is the best thing i've heard this morning!
Buck,It was warm, but not unbearable. It was the humidity that was yuck. The water was great.Piper,Yep, I wonder if I was suppose to say anything yet.
Looks like fun!!! We just took our boat to the boat Doctor...I believe the key word for our boat would be "vintage" Some what glad it is out of our driveway!!!! Congrats to the newly engaged couple...she looks so young!!! Or maybe she looks young cause I'm old...hummm We had a newly engaged couple at church yesterday...sparkly ring!!!
Looks like you had a great weekend!
Lou,Looks like fun, I used to sail myself in fact I used to Race sailboats. Go figure from a guy out of New Mexico!! Both aircraft carriers I served on carried sunfish and sunflower sail boats and there was a "Yacht Club" on both boats that I belonged to. We would check the boats out virtually every port-o-call we made. It was fun.BTW - Thanks for the kind words you left for me over at Buck's place. BT: Jimmy T sends.
Jimmy T,Thanks for dropping by. I love your stories. I grew up in the mountains of Northern NM and didn't even learn to swim until I was a teen-ager. This sailing thing is a totally new for me. And my husband grew up in West Texas and Eastern NM (Hobbs). He was not used to water either, but loves it.
Lou,My Mother was from northern New Mexico (Tierra Amarilla in fact) and her Mother continued to live there after everyone moved south (Albuquerque or Espanola). I will have to tell you sometime about where I as born, not your conventional birth but it was on the way up to TA. I used to spend my summers up there, it was a great place. Almost all gone now.Enjoy the sailing, it takes a little getting used to, kind of un-natural for us Land-Lubbers!!BT: Jimmy T sends.
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