Sunday, March 21, 2010

Long hot showers...

We're almost ready to leave Boot Key Harbor.  We've been doing the last minute things to get ready - filled our dinghy gas tanks and cans, cleaned the water line, last minute grocery shopping, etc.

One thing we haven't taken advantage of here at the marina are the public showers. With two showers on the boat, it's much nicer to shower there. But on a mooring, we're always conserving water so the showers are brief.

Today we decided to take advantage of the really nice public showers at the marina. There's all the water you want and it's as hot as you like it. The showers are single person but we snuck in together, probably breaking the official rules.  Heck, we're operating under the same marriage license so it's allowed.

It was fantastic...

Next we're turning north and east and starting the slow trip back to the Chesapeake and Maine.  Miami Beach is the next major destination for us.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

And they are wonderful showers. in fact, all the facilities were terrific at Marathon. But the showers were special.
Bev

Bill Corbett said...

I think you'll find the showers are even better without clothes on.

Happy Cruising!

Stephanie said...

We had a great time with all of you. Cassie and Godiva will miss the furry ones!
Safe travels! Keep in touch. Hope to see you in the fall.

Ron Rogers said...

I just was catching-up up on your blog and noticed that Dyna has a hole in her head. Was some skin growth removed?

Our best,
Ron and George

TakingPaws said...

Hey Ron - Dyna developed a mole on her forehead about 2 years ago. It's gotten a little bigger. She keeps banging it. We probably need to have it removed when we get home.

Ron Rogers said...

Well Dyna, we are getting older. I've just had my second Mohs surgery in 7 years. Bring Ms. Dyna to Duke where we have one of the top 10 dermatologists/Mohs surgery guys in the country. {;*))George went swimming on Saturday as he got hot. This time his skin did not get irritated. I think it's because the water is very cold. See you guys soon!

Ron & George