Saturday, July 6, 2013

How Did You Spend Your 4th of July?


 We are aboard Gypsy Rose on this hot 4th of July morning.
  She sails beautifully.
 



Connie and I are loving it. 
She was taking pictures on launch day and did not get in much sailing time 
but today we will be out for several hours.




The temps today will hit 90 degrees Fahrenheit.  
That's why we dressed in light colors to beat the heat.




 Here is Connie, my smiling beauty of a wife with her sailing gloves on.  
39 years together and we are still best friends




Gypsy Rose is a very unique and vintage looking boat 
and
 we can already see that she will attract attention 
wherever we sail her. 

Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm............Pirate Island??




A board sailor out enjoying the wind and waves.




Lots of flags out today. 
I for one love the USA!




Back in the slip and the weary but happy sailors head for home,
 only 10 minutes away.




She's a little beauty.




Thank you for visiting my blog.  
I look forward to reading your comments 
and hope you have happy times ahead.

Happy sailing everyone!
Steve and Connie.
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10 comments:

  1. I think Connie beat you to the post! Love it and it looks like you guys are having a ball- Diana

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  2. That looks like a fun day out with such beautiful weather and those sails look fantastic. Good to see you have 'cheesed' the main sheet keeping everything shipshape xxx

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  3. It shows that you had a lovely time sailing. Beautiful weather. Congratulations on a great job! And The Gypsy Rose is a beauty indeed :). Now I'm off to visit Connie and congratulate her as well. Have a great day and new week.
    Blessings/Maria

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  4. Steve, she really looks beautiful. That is a class A job. You and your wife should be extremely happy. Now, can you come over and build a basement for me? ;)

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  5. It was a beautiful day for sailing. I am blessed. A wonderful husband (In spite of the shirt, LOL) a sunny day with a mild wind, a pretty little boat and a song in my heart. This made for a wonderful 4th of July.

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  6. Dear Connie and Steve..
    Gypsy Rose..looks as though she has been sailing for years.. she is looking fantastic.
    what a great day for you to sail.. the weather looked good.
    you both have done a gret job.
    Happy sailing days to you both ..
    your dear blogging friend val x x x

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  7. Gypsy Rose looks like a beauty. It looks like you had a great day for sailing. My husband and I went canoeing on the 4th and we had beautiful weather here too.

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  8. Oh my goodness, what a fantastic job you and Connie have done on Gypsy Rose. You've taken care of the bloom in dry dock so I hope you enjoy the gypsy part now. How much fun the two of you will have! Fair winds!

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  9. She is just beautiful!! Congratulations Steve and Connie, you did a fantastic job!!

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  10. Hey Steve that boat looks amazing. You should be proud! I hope you have many a happy adventure on her!

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