Robert told me he needs to get motivation to get out on the water on his boat.
In retirement he is a man of many projects, including Salty Dog:
My wife got jealous after the last time Robert and I went out to lunch by boat.
So she organized us into attempting a ride to Geiger Key for lunch.
It was a bit wild and wet outside for a twenty mile run to lunch, so sprayed and damp we quit.
We took a turn around Cunjoe Bay instead enjoying the sun and the turquoise waters.
It was lumpy out there and calm in here. Nice.
Robert's 26-foot World Cat offers a very smooth ride:
A great time with excellent views.
Like they say its good to have a friend with a boat.
We still needed lunch so rather less glamorously we drove to Square Grouper.
I had chicken and waffles under the supervision of a mournful captive lion fish.
It was a good day and better yet because the boat wasn't mine to deal with...
We stopped taking the boat out when we discovered our new home on Cudjoe has a nice swimming canal with very little boat traffic and Cudjoe Bay offers no sight seeing and no pleasant swimming holes. When we lived on Newfound Harbor we went out a lot as our canal was too busy to swim in and a short boat ride netted us tons of good swimming holes with nice views.