September has come and gone and now we enter October season. October is the month the “Dream Catcher” gets stored away for the winter. It feels like a changing of the guard. Put away the flip flops, shorts and tee shirts and enter the boots, levi’s and jackets, instead of the beach we have the back yard bonfires and the land yacht instead of the boat. There is always alot of things going on in the October season. Many fall themed festivals, football games and campfires to keep us warm for the cool crisp nights.
For September Lady Janice and I had a busy month. Which really every month is a busy month. First West River had their Labor Day cruise to Algonac. This year we rented a pontoon boat and visited the North Channel Yacht Club, just a beautiful marina and grounds, first class all the way. Lake St. Clair did kick up her heels though, but the “Dream Catcher” did just fine. She may be small but she’s a tough old bird. Lady Janice and I have taken many long distance trips and she always brought us home safe. We also attended Wyandotte’s Commodore reception and Sunseekers Diamond Jack 3 hour cruise on the Detroit River. On the way back we had pizza delivered. How Cool is that, pizza delivered traveling on the river.
West River has a busy October coming up, Commodore Ball, Captain Rick’s Cruise on the Portifino, and our membership meeting, so Lady Janice and I are hoping to see everyone there.
Until next time, Smooth Sailing, Good Friends, Good Times.