Boating season begins but… we are now boatless. Our 2006 Sea Ray 340 Sundancer sold yesterday. The name has been removed and the new owner is taking it down to its new home in Deltaville, VA as I type this. But with endings come beginnings and we have several new beginnings in store. One of those new beginnings is a renovation that has been on STAR KPR, our 2006 newmar motorcoach. So far we have taken out the dining table and sleeper sofa and added paint, new flooring, and a custom built in desk for two.
And there in lies the clue to our next surprise. To be continued.
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Great stuff Eric. Leah and I hope to see you all around town. Glad to have spent some time with you all in the G-Dock!
We are looking at making a trip down at some point but our new project is going to keep us busy. I’m hoping to provide an update on that this weekend.
Hope you know no one else would have EVER talked me onto that boat, but so glad I had the chance to enjoy a day out before she was sold. We were impressed with how you both prepared for being knowledgeable and responsible boaters, and seem to have a good sense of your skills and limits. Lisa, you are amazing climbing all over that boat clamping, tucking and being a real 1st mate, and seeing Eric have the skill and patience to turn that big boat and back it into the slip in what seemed an impossibly tight space really caught my attention. “Mama proud moment.” With these traits and new skills we wish you both many fun, happy and safe sailings ahead.
We weren’t sure if you would get on board. The new project is definitely a different animal. I’m not sure if I’m going to be able to convince you on this one.