Kasidah is in the water and doing fine. Some people have been asking us about the extent of our work on Kasidah and we must let everyone know that this is just to make her what we want her to be: ours. If we complete the projects that we think are important then we understand her much better than if we didn't do the work. We could have left things the way they were and it would have probable been fine, because she was in good shape, but now we know that much more about her. I believe that we are simply doing the same thing everyone else does when they buy a boat: put lots of money into it.
Fair Point had a Daiquiri Party on Saturday night; it was a blast. Scott, a DJ out of
We started to put on the sails and get the boat ready but we ran out of time. This next weekend we will bring all of our boat crap up in one of the company trailers because there is so much of it. We plan to put stuff back together and try to finish the locker shelves, nav. cabinet shelf, new book shelf and a larger garage door. Jon made the garage door opening larger so he could work in there (he was too wide to fit before). After these projects we will only be doing small things unless the house sells. We want to be able to enjoy the boat for a little while before the summer ends.
It looks like Amy and Jeremy will be coming up for the 4th of July, so now the push is on to get the boat in ship shape before they arrive.
Fair Point not only is a great place to be but the all of the people are wonderful and the sunsets are to die for.
This is Bob and Terri and of course one of the many golf carts at the marina and RV resort. These folks seem way to nice to be real, and the nice thing is that they are at Fair Point with us....
(Edited by Jill Libby)