For a few days anyway.
We think we have my mother stabilized, so we jumped on the plane and made it into Ft Lauderdale.
We're feelin the stress easing by the minute.
Istaboa looks good. Capt. Will has been looking after her and taking very good care. He met us at the airport and gave us a ride to Stuart. We were pleasantly surprised when we saw the Christmas presents onboard waiting for us. (We were supposed to be back right after Christmas)
Took Radar over to the Pelican for dinner first thing. It seems to have changed a bit. Victoria has decided to sell her part of the restaurant. Not the same crew anymore but we will give them a chance anyway.
We've slowly been running into our old friends, so it's been nice. While drinking coffee this morning, I saw our friends on the Krogen Broulee pass under the bridge. They are heading west on the river to take Broulee out of the water for Hurricane Season. We talked on the radio, both saying sorry to have missed each other.
So that's it... Not anything exciting, just nice and calm. ahhhh......
But here's something interesting for you boater folks. The Floating Neutrinos. Rather than tell you the story I will link here. The Floating Neutrinos
And a video (warning, it's 45 minutes long, so pick your time... it's worth it.)
It's really good to be back.