Jill’s photo of you (in a previous post) filming from the well equipped camera boat, ‘Sweat Pea’…reminds one that you were a camerman who, had you been available (and much older), could have filmed Bogart and Hepburn on the ‘African Queen.’ Then the still of you creating on a Toshiba, (photo by Jill) whilst sitting on a Scottish rock (apparently with internet service inside the stone) allowing for uploads of stills.… Then getting passed by a ship that was eventually created by the early animation drawings by a guy named Walt…makes one think that all your creative endeavors will provide a great deal of pleasure to your audience. Great ‘stills’ work from both of you.
…also “Travels with Maggie’ would make for a great children’s book. she looks likes she is sleeping on the green starboard pad, and then under that cordage, but she is planning her story from her perspective.
she has a simple life – basket, sleep, dinghy, walk, dinghy, basket sleep – repeat three times – then at seven the food arrives… woo hoo. It is amazing how she has managed to understand that ropes are no worry – if she is lieing on the genoa sheet then I just pull it out from underneath her – she looks at me through one eye but just lies there. The black dog hairs get everywhere thoough.
the quest for web access is all part of the game – Dunstaffnage is currently having problems so there are often sailors sitting on that rock – I was amazed at the Disney boat. I did not known that such things existed. It seemed rather oout of place.
I was surprised enough to look it up. It’s copying your idea Dylan, but turning right.
God forbid the wife finds out there are Disney Cruise Liners. I’m having to take her to EuroDisney next month for her 50th birthday. She loves Disney stuff! Not sure how she’ll cope with the rides…. :-)
All I can say is thank God they bought the Star Wars franchise…
God forbid that the wife ever discovered that I referred to her as the wife
Can I be there when you do?
best bring the first aid kit