Apr 032014
 

Been here for 4 days now and the differences are incredible.  So quiet and peaceful compared to you know where.  Tuesday night the folks on the dock next to the one I live on invited us all over for a genuine Lousiana Crawfish boil.  There were about 12 of us and enough crawfish for 50 people.  Very tasty and got to meet a few people.

For the first time in a long time I actually look forward to coming home.  No stress, no tension, no bullshit.  I don’t know how long it will last but I am gonna enjoy it while I can.  Here are a few images:

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Panoramic view of sunset from the bathhouse.

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Tarpon hanging out looking for a snack.

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Capt. Fritter

  9 Responses to “Living Aboard: A Few Images Of The New Place…”

  1. Fantastic!

    Looks like a great place to live.

    Super cool!

  2. Nice Pics Capt, and a very nice looking place, you deserve it, enjoy your happy days!

  3. Wow. I’m getting into the 12-15 month window for moving, and this post really has me wishing it was now!! Beautiful. I’m waffling on where to go…I kind of want to try Ocean City MD (3 hr drive from here) for a year because my daughter will be starting college and I hate to move 1300 miles away right off the bat, but posts like this make me want to just up & move and fly home for emergencies as needed, haha.

    I’m glad it seems so much less stressful for you. Very cool.

    • Lived north of OC in Rehobeth back in the ’70s. Did not care for OC. A bit too uptight for me. And the whole area dies after Labor Day.
      C. F.

  4. oh my gosh.
    each shot just kept getting better and better.
    oh capt!!!
    i’m so happy for you.
    it’s clean.
    and beautiful.
    so beautiful.
    thanks for the pictures!

  5. I really liked that marina when I was down there last time. Really quiet and very clean. They were always cleaning the shower room, or at least I managed to show up right when they were cleaning it. It looked like they were remodeling the convenience store at that time as well. There were quite a few large tarpon hanging around right by your slip. I think they sell food to feed them in the convenience store, so they always seemed to be hanging out there… freeloading homeless tarpon looking for a handout…

  6. I can feel the relaxation of tension in your shoulders. That’s a good thing.

  7. Very nice, Capt. Looks a lot nicer than the other place!