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JUST A COUPLE MORE UPDATES

May 22nd, a very exciting day – I was finally able to score toilet paper and paper towels.  Rick has a virtual doctor visit on the 26th of May as a follow up to his gallbladder removal.  If he gets the sign of approval we are scheduled to fly…

Coronavirus Horse Race

Quick Update

Surgery went well, now taking everything one day at a time.  Sounds like Governor is opening restrictions on retail business on Monday the 18th, with the hope to open bars, restaurants and salons on June 1st.  Minnesota is mostly a follow the…

LET’S GO CRAZY!!!!!!

So here is where the craziness starts.  End of February Izzy back in a hotel room for the three day trek back up to Minnesota for a spur of the moment spring break ski trip in Montana with kids and grandkids March 6th – 11th.  Izzy says …

HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS & HAPPY NEW YEAR 2020

We decided to drive back to Minnesota for the holidays, to spend time with our family and friends.  The marina at Marco Island has been going thru some changes regarding live-a-boards (against our wishes) so the marina was pretty much empty of peo…

WHAT CAN I SAY WE’VE BEEN BUSY – LETS START WITH APRIL 2019

Last anchorage of the season April 6, 2019 heading to River Forest for hauloutBroulee heading for the barn April 9, 2019, then its pedal to the metal for a three day run back to Minnesota.  Of, course, major snow storm in Minnesota and Wisconsin c…

Catching up on Season 2018/2019

Just days before leaving for Florida in November 2018, we welcomed Baby girl, Elin into the world.  Congratulations to my niece Ali and her husband JoshNovember 2018 Broulee back in the water at River Forest Yachting Center.  Its always a goo…

R.I.P.

I flew home  on February 19th, just in time for another 8 inches of snow and our record breaking snowiest February in Minnesotas history – 30.4 inches of snow.  The next day, my sister suffered a stroke and 6 days later lost her battle with c…

We apologize for the gap year(s)

After almost two years of not touching the blog, I decided today to check out where and what the other blogs we used to follow are doing now.  Was surprised to see our friends on M/V Tourist are going thru similar situations.We have not sold our b…

We travel not to escape life, but for life not to escape us

Yup, we escaped once again.  Ventured out to Keewaydin Island which is a barrier island in Florida that has no cars, roads or bridges.  An environmental group stopped a bridge to the island.  Locals and visitors can enjoy the experience …