Ireland

Ireland

Tuesday, February 5, 2013

Going home

I'm reading a book titled
1776.

 It is basically a play by play
of George Washington leading a bunch of
unkempt unprepared
rebels against the mighty English in a fight for independence.


The pictures of the bridge above
have absolutely nothing to do with George Washington,
nor do the photo's below.


I just have absolutely nothing of interest to share today.
Crew change night will do that.
I'm busy packing and cleaning my room
( I have a carry on bag and a room as small as a prison cell, so actually it doesn't take me long to get ready)
in preparation of getting off this boat tomorrow
and spending 3 weeks at home.

My body is still here on the boat
but my head is home in Pennsylvania.
( My wife reports snow. )

See you next from dry land.


8 comments:

Melinda Owens said...

I still say you have one of the coolest jobs ever. Enjoy your time at home with your beautiful family. Great photos, by the way! Where is this bridge?

Karen said...

Enjoy HOME - and let us know what you think of the book. Always looking for a good read.

beth said...

i hear home calling your name....enjoy your time with your loved ones !

Jerral Miles said...

Your photographs have everything to do with George Washington... We might not have bridges if he hadn't don't his thing... And the birds... you might be on a boat off the coast of Norway... Great shots. You go out from your "little room" to give us great views of the world. Thanks.

Marilyn said...

Hope you are enjoying home by now and preparing for the snow storm it sounds like is coming your way.

Zorana said...

By know you are enjoying home life, no matter the snow. And I am enjoying your bird pictures.... the two of them together are spectacular! Great capture!

Wayne (Woody), whatever said...

Not much snow up these ways, enjoy your time off!

I like that bridge!

Barefoot from Heaven said...

whahoooo HOME SWEET HOME! Enjoy your precious time my friend.
And hey the bridge, the birds...who cares that they don't go along with the book you're reading. still fun hearing what you where up to.
Hugs and again happy times.
Dagmar