Following the week off, it is exciting to see progress being made again at Camp David! The interior framing is finished – so I can walk IN the rooms. I am very happy with the layout. Yesterday they set the 6 – 8″x8″ columns that will support the roof over the deck, each secured with a block of concrete 30″ deep and about 2’x2′! They are not going ANYWHERE!…even in a hurricane! Last night on our ‘sunset cruise’ I couldn’t resist taking more pictures from the water view. Next week we should see some BIG changes as they put plywood on the exterior walls!
Archive | October, 2012
I had the MOST AMAZING day/experience this past weekend and just had to share it! I received the call around 6 am – the weather was cooperating and the fishing was ON. I was so excited!!!…but VERY nervous, too! I had agreed to spend the day at sea with my good friends, Buddy and Cindy Pinder, while they fished their lobster traps. My nervousness was because I have been sea sick on diving trips before, and I was afraid I would be sick spending all day on the water! My excitement was because this was a new experience and one that I know not many people get to have! It was a once in a lifetime chance for me – so I had to try it! They picked me up at 6:50 am, towing their 27′ World Cat, ‘Bottom Time,’ and we put in at the bone fishing dock just north of Marsh Harbour on the west side, and were on our way before 8 am. This was new territory for me – and VERY beautiful! We were headed for their traps that are about 30 miles from where we put in. The first 20 miles of the ride were […]