Or tonight either……..

Another day of mostly clouds……. nothing on the schedule other than a whole lot of Dexter. Exciting life living here on the island. It is part of the harsh reality I don’t think a lot of people understand. Having been doing this now for a couple of years, we still hear so many comments about how lucky we are to be living in the Caribbean. First off – yes~! Yes we are…. we are living in my ideal climate. It rarely gets over 90° and even more rarely ever gets under 70°…… although once you become acclimatized to the island….. 72° can feel down right chilly, but you get where I’m coming from. Where this started though, is – there are lots of days when you’re not diving, or snorkeling, or traveling around looking and doing exotic things. It is pretty much like a life anywhere else, except in a lot prettier [and warmer] environment. Today (yester and probably tomorrow) is one of those days…. just where we are living day to day like everybody else. We have some wonderful stuff coming up and I am sure I’ll be diving again soon to help restock my selection of photo’s…….. but at least for the short term….. we’re just doing a humdrum every day living a life kinda thing like Ya’ll…… only on a tropical island~~~  😉

Good Night Ya’ll & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & Thankx for stopping in~!

Banded Coral Shrimp
Christmas tree worms
Stove Pipe sponge
Brain coral
Don’t know what he is but he is cool looking~!
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Born in Germany as an Army brat - I moved permanently to the United States about the time I was ready to start school - Dad put to me to work when I turned 13 tearing off roofs and packing shingles.. I did that, DE tasseled corn and bucked hay all the way through high school. After graduation, moved down South for a year or so trying to figure what I wanted to do. Finally came home and joined the Air Force serving almost 5 years - which included a 3 year tour in Germany, where I met my Queen. Came home and started working as a roofer. Economy went to crap and I knew I would not be able to support my growing family the way I wanted to, so I pestered the HR department at General Electric until they hired me. A very quick almost 34 years, 4 Daughters and 9 Grandkids later - here I am .... waiting as patiently as I can, to start the next chapter of our life - romping around in the Caribbean Sea checking out the various islands that we have not been to yet. Holy $hit what a ride~!!!! ;-)

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