Happy New Year to all of you.
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Happy 2013 to you, too.
We hope this will be the year we actually get to go cruising, to spend some real time pretending to be boaters. We may not be ready for a long trip, but at least some overnights around the Albemarle.
Houseboater at Heart
1986 Mainship 36 Dual Cabin Pointed Ended House Boat
1976 Allied 39 Ketch - In process of being sold.
And short cruises lead to longer ones....
She's a tired old barge but she's paid for... http://s71.beta.photobucket.com/user...24993.pbw.html
we do a few 25-35 mile cruises weekly and try to spend a couple nights a week away from the dock. this year we plan on going to wheeling to the italian festival then on up to pittsburgh for a week or 2.
44 gibson executive
on the muskingum river & ohio river
We spent our first New Years Eve aboard our new boat, albeit in her slip. Looking forward to a great season on the water. The Spring to-do list is getting mighty long, but I'm ready to get to it.
After watching all the news of the Carnival Triumph debacle, I am grateful I will be captain on all my future cruises. Plus, I will get to sleep with the co-owner of the vessel!