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  • Father’s Day – 19 June

    Posted on June 19th, 2011 cwmoore No comments

    Today is Father’s Day so congratulations to all you fathers.  I left the boat to come back to Indiana to be with family and immediate family.  We had a great time this afternoon doing some old fashion talking around the table at my sister’s house.  We thank Jess for coming home to be with us today and to be part of our lives.

    I was chastised earlier in the week for not writing in this and our sailing blog.  I guess I was spending too much time with the AHS 60’s reunion website.  It is not a lot of time, but sufficient to make a dent in my other blog’s content.  I will try to do better.

    Our boat’s dingy outboard motor is in the repair shop because of an unknown start – die – start and run for a while – die problem.  Hopefully it will not be an expensive repair.  It has not been into the shop for 6 years so perhaps it is due anyway.  I do not like the thought of being a couple of miles away from the boat at anchor and trying to get back by using oars that are bent and barely functional.  Add a contrary wind into the mix and there is potential for nastyness.

    We went to church this morning and had a great time and some good laughs as the pastor presented his Father’s Day service.  We liked the Iron Man demonstration.  The winner got a $20 Walmart certificate.

     

     

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