Working on the boat, taking care of my girls, writing longer and more complex stories

I’m working on better and more complex content with sharper pictures and video eventually, starting this coming week.  My kids will soon end their well deserved summer break and I’ll have more time on my hands; but this means I start longer and more complex boat projects and longer writing projects.  I’ve always had 10-11 draft posts that were much longer and more complex “travel with kids” projects, but didn’t have time to finish them.  These were in the hopper with great photos and hardcopy info collecting dust in a folder I’ve drug with me, but have not gotten around to doing it.  Starting next week, I’m going to dedicate myself to a schedule of writing one long story a week, working on the boat and start my weekly running mileage back up again.

It’s been an interesting week already: Quincy the Great Dane got her own Instagram account, I’ve continued to work on the boat’s windless, learned to start using my photo editing software and found out that my boat has blowers for both the generator and the engine,,,and I fixed and ran them both.  The fridge and freezer were worked on,,,,and we now have a working freezer…another improvement.

Stick with us, more to come-

4 Responses

  1. I’m glad you are falling into your “groove” on the boat. Sorry I have not been good at reading your posts as of late but I will do a better job from here on. I have but a few people I consider friends so I must do a better job at staying in touch. Changes coming soon to my blog, a regression to the past per say, in the hopes of generating more interest. Keep up the good work my friend.

    1. Hi, I don’t really care, I’m just glad to still be in touch with you. If you change the blog make sure to let me know the new address. I need your help with all this new tech stuff so I can’t lose contact=-

      1. No doubt I would let you and a few chosen others know about my new “Digs” as it were. I have big plans already started and will reveal all in the next couple weeks. I never walk away from a true friend.

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