3-15-2014: Anchored out in the beautiful, clear blue water by Manjack Cay, Abaco, Bahamas

Saturday, June 1, 2013

May 31 and June 1, 2013, Pebble Isle Marina, TN

Friday:  Another week is gone and what have we accomplished. Well, our friends made it to Nashville in record time and are getting settled in for the summer. Elvie starts her treatments on Monday morning and she is in our thoughts and prayers. We got some pictures from our neighbors face book page. Can't believe it; the road going to our property is flooded again. In 2011 it flooded, in 2012 we had the fire, and now in 2013 it is flooding again. When will Roundup get a break! Hope things dry up some before we get back there this June.

5-29-2013; This is Buckskin Road.  Unbelievable!

Saturday:  It's official; Kim Jo III has a new owners and home. We are very happy to have found good owners for her.  Thank you to Sam and Cheryl of Captain's Choice for all your hard work.  We said our good-byes today.  It was sad but we know she has good owners who will take care of her.

6-1-2013; Kim Jo III's new home at Grand Harbor, Iuka, MS

6-1-2013; Kim Jo III's new owners; Scott and Jeannette

CO's comments:  Happy days again.  We are no longer 2 boat owners. 

Monday, May 27, 2013

May 27, 2013: Pebble Isle Marina, TM

Thank you to all Vets and active military men and women out there for your service and dedication.  God Bless you all.

Monday:  Can't believe we have been here for a week already.  We haven't done much but the week sure went fast.  Last Thursday Roy and Elvie had to be in Nashville for Dr. appointments and they left their vehicle at the marina they will be staying at for the summer.   We drove to Nashville to pick them up and bring them back to their boat.  Now, just one more step for them and the long journey is completed.  Roy El left this morning and should get to Nashville by Friday.  Their friends Jim and Sue are traveling with them to help Elvie out. 

We had a quiet day.  It was very hot here again.  We have been going for our  morning walks early to beat the heat.  Our friendly little dog is still walking with us.  We found out his name; Buddy.  He is a stray that has been adopted by the marina.  One of the maintenance men feeds him as well as some of the people in the trailer park next to the marina.  Buddy is very reluctant to be pet and he will shy away when you try so I think he had been abused in the past.

CO's comments:  It is good to be at Pebble Isle again; it seems like coming home.

Congratulations to our friends Len and Nancy from our old marina in Minnesota.  They just got married in Hawaii.  Here is our toast to you both.