This morning we woke to cloudy skies, but by noon most of the clouds were gone and the afternoon was beautiful. The humidity was way down, there was a nice breeze and we had all the windows open.
About 9:30 we saw this boat being towed down the channel. Looking through the binoculars we thought the sign on the upper deck said "Danger"; we wondered what in the world made it dangerous! When I downloaded the photo to the PC, however, I saw that the word was "Dancer". =0)
In any case, that boat sure looks like it took a beating.
We needed ice for the cooler, so Joe took the dinghy to the Panama City marina. I decided to stay home and take care of a few things around here. After he got back we were lazy and just spent the afternoon sitting and reading on the aft deck.
At Joe's suggestion, dinner was leftovers from last night so I had minimal cooking and cleanup to do tonight. Tomorrow the two of us will have our own Thanksgiving dinner on the boat with sauteed filets of turkey breast, mashed sweet potatoes, cranberries, stuffing, brussel sprouts, homemade rolls, a nice pinot noir and pumpkin pie with whipped cream. We'll be thinking about and missing all of our daughters, but we'll call them and maybe even use Skype if we can remember how to do it.
We wish you all a wonderful Thanksgiving!