Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Beautiful Boats

We can't believe it's been two weeks since the last blog entry. I guess Dyna and Dylan have just been too busy to sit down and write. Actually, they dictate and I do the typing but don't tell them I told you. So what have they been up to?

They spent several days at the Loggerhead Marina in Vero Beach which is beautiful and peaceful. Every day they took long walks through the lovely grounds. Then they spent over a week at the Loggerhead Marina in Stuart. By now they are considered honorary Loggerheads. They met many other dogs on the docks while taking their walks along the water. They weren't allowed in either of the swimming pools though - bummer.

Then they cruised 6 long miles over to Hinckley Yacht Services in Manatee Pocket where we all enjoyed walking among the beautiful boats! Yes, there were lots of beautiful Hinckley boats of all sizes and types along with many other boats being worked on and stored.

We took our morning walks through the huge on-land storage area so we could see them up close. Dyna was partial to the go fast jet boats being a speed demon from way back.

Dylan thought a Nordhavn 55 was more his speed. After all, if you go too fast how would you be able to spot the dolphins.

But when all is said and done the whole crew loves being back on aCappella were they know all the good napping places.


Unknown said...

We're not sure where we passed you, but we're in Miami. We plan to hang out here until the 1st. of February, and then on to Boot Key Harbor. It's great to see the "famous" pups are having such a fine time. We've been watching the International 49er's teams honing their sailing skills here in Marine Stadium before we head to Sunset Lake. Have a safe voyage to Miami.
Fair winds & Smooth sailing,
Elaine & Lawrence S/V Elle & I

MV Red Head said...

Hi guys!

We've actually headed back north. The heat and humidity have been too much for our old girl, Dyna. Jeff will be renting a car and driving to the boat show. Enjoy your travels and keep an eye out for us.