Last Saturday was a good day for working on the boat. We have a 24 foot Four Winns cruiser. It needed work on the Teak wood and the marina got it into the water before we had time to work on it. So I was varnishing the cabin door as it was in the water.

Here's a picture of the captain- Barlow, my husband posing at the wheel. Darin rode with us and decided to fish off the back of the boat, sitting on the swim deck. Barlow was so worried that he'd fall into the water and he'd have to dive into the cold water to save him, so Darin moved to fishing off the docks. He caught two bluegill fishing this way. The first fish of the season! Darin's lucky that way. Usually gets the first fish or the biggest fish every time. He even beats his Dad in fishing, ( to his father's dismay).
Darin's father, Frank is from New Jersey, and he is used to deep sea fishing. He has'nt been so lucky here in fresh water. My girls were lucky that way too. They'd always catch more or the biggest fishes on our fishing excursions.

Here's Darin with fish #2 smiling big, because he was having so much fun.

Here is a picture of my only little sister, Nancy's son- Robbie getting ready for his Senior Prom with his girlfriend. Can't believe that my sister's kids are all grown up too! (she's 7 years younger than me) They live in the St. Petersburg area of Florida, so we keep in touch with emails all the time. Don't they make a cute couple?

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