|I should be driving!|
Driver of the transport vehicle concentrates hard on which way he should direct the man at the helm. A little more this way, now a little to port.
We make progress now and I look back to see how far up the ramp we have come.
We made it. Willie's Tug is high and uh, not so dry!
She gets a pressure wash to remove all the stuff that grew while in salt water.
Now squeaky clean, she is hauled to North Harbor Diesel storage yard, where Sweet Caroline is.
Ray takes Herb to get his truck from the parking lot near Cap Sante Marina, and we are ready to make the transition from boat living to motor home living and gaining 11 more feet of space than we had all Summer.
|Photo Courtesy of Ray Perry|
Surprise! Surprise! Upon his return, Herb says, "Guess what I found on the windshield of the truck!"
Surprised, I read this note, "You can run slash cruise, but you can't hide! Yet never hurts to know how! "
Signed: Bob and Dil.
We laugh out loud as we think of them fondly.
No, we can't hide....and never would we hide from you two!
and of Walldog, Willie and Jake
Friday, October 3, 2014