Legends from our own lunchtimes

Thursday, October 18, 2018

When the sun is over the yard arm.
Thursday 18th October - Southampton


It’s a sure sign that we’re in to the swing of this cruising thing when go out early to take a photograph and discover it’s ten already.

There she was though, waiting for us, floating in a sea of cars, our home for the next week. We weren’t allowed closer of course, not till after lunch, but one of us got excited at the very sight of the thing, in contrast to the usual icy calm of the other ever thankful that he didn’t have one of those watches that publicly monitor his heart beat.

When the sun is over the yard arm, we’ll think all those left ashore, and…… no.  We  probably won’t!
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4 comments

Rob Siemann said...

Avoid icebergs... 😀

jagbir said...

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Keep it up!

Robert Davis said...

Where are you actually sailing to Pete?

bitingmidge said...

Hi Penny and Bob - we are now in New York after six glorious days and seven nights on the QM@!

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