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Younger-Onset AD or Other Dementia
My new toy.
Please look at my Facebook page at my new toy. I wish I knew how to
add pictures on this site but every time I ever try it always fails. So much
for a dementia friendly site. Not sure if the administrator can add them for me
as I would share others not on my site.
Love to have you.
Bon voyage, Michael!
My goodness Michael; that is indeed a big, beautiful, sleek one.
Did you decide to buy or lease? Who is piloting her and how far will you be taking her?
Have a great time with your beautiful new toy.
We purchased it used. It is a 2006 but it looks like new because it
was kept in a garage slip. My wife is being trained by a Capitan to run the boat.
What I can not believe is that I was able to drive it with out ant
issues and the captain certified me to use it. I did not think I could do this
any more as this is much harder to drive then any car.
This winter we will take it out in about another month and have it
winterized and covered. A boat that size can stay in the water all year round
and we may do that next season. One day
we may take the boat all the way to Florida if my wife stops working. Very
costly as it burns 35 gallons per hour.
I have other pictures to share but I don’t want to add them on my
site. Can I send them to you somehow and add them for me. Thanks
Forgot to ask what the name of your boat is.
As for the photos, I have no idea how to place photos, but if you go to the top of the page and write a message in, "Contact Us," the technical folks may be able to assist you.
While I know the name of it I cannot tell folks yet. As soon as the
name on the stern I will let folks know. I think many will be surprised by it.
“The Head” ?
That is the Head or bathroom for those that do know know what that
means. I am not even sure how that picture got there. I tried to get help from
AA but they could not help me load the files. They said that my picture files
are to large. There is away to make them smaller but I don’t know how. I also don’t
understand math any more to be able to compare size. Don’t understand why this
site can just allow bigger size pictures like every other site I deal with.
So if there is someone out there that can sharing my picture I
would appreciate the help. Thanks
Finally, I got it done. Not the right way but it done. I also apologize
for my email that said picture 365 was the head. That is the shower only and it
has two heads.
enjoy! love the good news and love to imagine other people testing the limits of our abilities.
For me at this time...people think I am "normal" but like this guy said in one of his videos..THEY THINK I AM NORMAL I KNOW DIFFERENT.
I just added the boat name. Check it out on my site. Please let me
know what you think. Thanks
I hope you have many years of fun on your new toy. The pictures are nice, and looks like you have an excellent boat. Im more of a land lover, and did the RV thing for several years, and we’re considering buying an RV to hit the roads again.
I love the boats name. Good choice.
Enjoys the seas, and be safe.
What a beautiful yacht, Michael! I love the name! Enjoy it!
She's a beautful lady, Michael. Even at times she is not at sea, it would be lovely just to go to the marina and be on her for a day or two.
Will you rent her out from time to time or keep her private only? Bet you and your wife are as happy as can be.
I will not be renting the yacht. I will however allow 5 Charites to
use it to make money for their organization. AA is one of them. We are very
happy and I just can not seem to except that this is now mine. This is like a
This brings back thoughts of one special night I spent on a yacht. The medical center I worked for had a Christmas gift for their Admin. staff.
We were invited, (no spouses secondary to space issues), aboard a gorgeous yacht that went up and down the canals in SoCal as the boats and waterside houses are decorated with lights to the nth. degree for the holidays.
We were served champagne and hor d'ouvres and music was playing as we sailed along the canal. I remember standing in the bow letting the wind blow through my hair, looking at the beautiful lights as we sailed along; the Director of Pharmacy was of Greek heritage and he was up top singing Christmas carols at the top of his lungs in Greek with his arms outstretched Still makes me smile to think of it. Had such a great time. Champagne kept me warm. At one point, we did have to keep the Vice President of Nursing from climbing over the side . . . no more champagne for her!
Nice to have such an experience.
Jo C. - that does sound beautiful. I am sure it was much larger than
Jfkoc - No matter what I do I always have that in the back of my
mind. That is what keeps me going.