Category stoney’s Broomes Island
FRIDAY 23 SEPTEMBER 2016 Journey: Triple L Estate – Sea Breeze – Broomes Island – Triple L Estate As we cruised down Cuckold Creek, I noticed an osprey flying around. I thought all the ospreys had migrated south for the season. (*note: Lori later learned that the late season Ospreys we see are the young […]
FRIDAY 29 APRIL 2016 Journey: Triple L Estate – Stoney’s, Broomes Island – Triple L Estate As Lori continues to recuperate, Matt and I, and his new friend Michelle (who also happens to be Josh’s girlfriend) decided to go up to Broomes Island for the evening. When we arrived, I didn’t recognize anyone at the […]
SUNDAY 20 SEPTEMBER 2015 Journey: Triple L Estate- Broomes Island – Southern Acres, Island Creek – Triple L Estate – Southern Acres, Island Creek – Stoney’s, Broomes Island – Triple L Estate Lori had to work at Stoney’s Fed Ex Field for today’s game. I too her up to Stoney’s in order to meet up […]
Wednesday 10 June 2015 Journey: Triple L Estate – Stoney’s, Broomes Island – Triple L Estate Today was our weekly CornHole League night at Broomes Island. Prior to departure we plugged in, and turned on, the air-conditioner in order to cool down the cabin. It made for a slightly more comfortable departure. The CornHo’s first […]
Going home was less fun. We had extremely rough seas which hit us head onto the bow. There wasn’t a single spot on the river we could move to in order to escape the pounding.
Nothing spectacular to report other than the usual antics with the regular locals …
Surprisingly enough, all went very smoothly … like we knew what we were doing.
Jeannie pulled out a pink shirt for herself, and whipped off the shirt she was wearing. As she stood there in her pretty orangish bra, she wondered if it would also show through.
This morning we tried to give the boat a long overdue good cleaning. Although we did not get it clean we did get it less dirty.
It’s sooo much easier dropping off young, spry, boat savvy people … get close to the pier and let them jump rather than having to do a proper tie up.