Adventure Location: Rockport, Texas
WOW it has been an eventful day.
The first thing that was special was finding a picture of the sleeping bag clipped over the door on cold nights. That sucker was buried deep in the never never land of old pictures. Now we have a picture to explain last night’s verbiage.
About 0200 last night the OFM was up and about. He decided to take a look outside to see how things were behaving. The moon was very bright so he got the dim idea of taking a picture by moonlight. It came out amazingly well after all.
We got laundry done early this morning as in before 0900. Then the Teams tackled the bathroom. It was totally scrubbed down and disinfected with bleach afterward. It was surprising that a cold chisel and hammer did the job instead of needing a pneumatic jack hammer. By now it was noon and time for lunch.
When lunch was finished it seemed to be just right for some fishing. After all this is a winter day and the temperature is only 81.
While out fishing this picture presented itself. It is now the header picture for a bit.
That is one nice looking winter day isn’t it.
After all that work and excitement things got really going. Plans for golf on Monday with Billy Bob were made. That will be fun again.
Then some emails with Horst of http://texasreflectionsphotography.blogspot.com/ resulted in plans to meet him out north of Del Rio on Wednesday. That will be fun for two bloggers to meet up and tell tales. But we are not finished yet.
Lots of folks love to add to the amount of stuff they have around them. The OFM loves to get rid of stuff to have less holding him back. The OFM Teams will soon be one less in number. After several months of not using the yak, it demanded to be sold to someone that would use it.
Since the happiness of the Team members is very important, the yak was advertised for sale. As of today it has a new owner that will make great use of the kayaks massive abilities. And it is several fewer things the OFM has to worry about remembering where they are located. No more paddle, rod holder, seat, anchor or red flag to worry about tracking. Best of all is no more strained back muscles trying to handle the heavy yak all by himself.
Clint Eastwood said it well when he said “A man has got to know his limitations.”
Getting lighter and lighter is another good move toward trying to have tooooo much fun. TheOFM.