Since the completion of boat show season, John and I have been busy hanging out with our Krogen Express family. It’s one of our favorite things to do! As you read in the previous posting, we had a wonderful Thai dinner in Vero Beach with Karen, Skip, Robert, and Jill. Shortly thereafter, we returned to our home in Hilton Head, South Carolina only be blessed with the arrival our Dutch owners, Hans and Thea aboard “Scylla” (pronounced Silla). They had with them their friends from Holland whom we have met many times before. They are such a happy group, probably because they love being aboard such a beautiful boat!
They came to our house for dinner, but first
Thea requested a little computer help
Then we sat down for a lasagna dinner
followed by fruit pie (Hans’ favorite!)
Hans and Thea are in the center of the pic (dressed in gray…..although their dispositions are far from gray!!)
They departed the next morning in an effort to
reach Florida and warmer temps. We were
just sorry that they couldn’t have stayed longer
in Hilton Head.
Only 4 days later we met up with David (“Electra”) whose boat had been stored over the summer at a marina in nearby Savannah, Georgia (about 45 minute drive from Hilton Head). We went to a fabulous and famous restaurant there called “The Old Pink House”. Wow! What a meal. Definitely a notch (or two or three) up from my lasagna!
While we were eating, a woman approached our table and said to John, “Excuse me, but you look so familiar, and when I overheard you talking about boats I realized I’d probably met you at a boat show.” (John has become a celebrity! Who knew!) An engaging conversation ensued, and sure enough we’d met her and her husband at several shows most recently at Newport. (We call those folks “boat show junkies” which she readily claimed herself to be!) She will see us at Ft. Lauderdale TrawlerFest at the end of January.
David will be heading out to the Bahamas in a few days for some sun and fun. Happy cruising!!