December

Christmas is behind us. That means its getting closer til we can finally depart and head south.  I am very glad that we were able to spend time off the boat at our daughter and son in laws house for Christmas.  Our son drove down from Knoxville to spend Christmas Day with us. Our youngest lives in Alaska with is wife and 2 dogs. We face timed on Christmas morning. So in a way, we were all together.

face timing our kids in Alaska

face timing our kids in Alaska

Keith worked 5 days leading up to Christmas while I visited my sister and my mom. He will work some in January and possibly some the first of Feb, but after that, its all systems go! Or so I think.

I posted last time that we would be taking the boat to St Mary’s and having it pulled so we can paint the bottom. Well it turns out I’m the last to know things. Seems like the Captain has decided to put it on hold until June after all. I’m good with this. That just means we can press on with our plans to head south.

Until then, we will hang out here on Jekyll Island and enjoy the warm winter we are having.Every year  Jekyll Island hides these glass orbs. They are hand painted by various artists. Everyday they hide 4 orbs somewhere on the island. Its like an adult version of an Easter egg hunt, only better. We were here a few weeks last year and I searched high and low to no avail. This year I am determined. My bike is ready to go. I want one of those orbs!

An Orb on Jekyll Island

An Orb on Jekyll Island

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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