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Paddle Boat
Nancy
02/01/2009, Sun Harbor

We have moved and here is a view of the Paddle Boat right behind our boat. It is so pretty. I really do like it here so much better. It is a very nice Marina.

Nancy
01/31/2009, PC

We are off to a new marina tomorrow. The owner raised everyone's dock rent, so bon voyage. Not many people plan to stay in this marina anymore. We are taking our boat to Sun Harbor. We are looking forward to everything as this marina has nothing. We will have WiFi, cable TV, clean showers, laundry room, there is a huge TV in the lounge with a couch. I haven't sat in a couch in months. I'm use to being uncomfortable. The best of all will be the hot shower.
Oh here is a picture of my car (bike) it is all ready to go, sitting on the back of the boat. In the morning we will fold it up.

Oh it's Super Bowl tomorrow, and I have the 3D glasses. With cable TV we should be able to see really well. It will be nice to watch Wheel of Fortune and see the letters clearly.

Nancy
01/27/2009, PC

This dolphin was racing around our boat today chasing a fish. He caught the fish, raced by the boat and went back into the open water. The dolphin swam so fast, flipping and turning.

Nancy
01/18/2009, Panama City

It has been kind of cold here lately, but we managed to get another baggy wrinkle made. We have done a lot of things that you just cannot see.

Baggie Wrinkles
Nancy
01/03/2009, PC

Here we are making baggy wrinkles. What are they? "Anti chaffing", They cover up wire to line connections, so that the sails do not get worn when they rub up against the lines. They look like big pom pom balls. First we cut line into 18 inches, and tie it to the line, and finally wrap it around the area you want to cover to protect the sails. It also makes a good Santa Claus beard.

08/12/2009 | Philip
I'd like to see more of how baggie wrinkle is made. Pretend I don't know nuthin. Philip
Nancy
01/02/2009

Look at Santa!

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