Well, if you have been following our voyage on Facebook, you will know that we made it to Florida and are now (as of yesterday) both back home. DH flew to MA from FL and I flew home to CO. I have been home for about a week and am still not acclimated to being on dry land. DH arrived home yesterday so all will be getting back to normal soon in the Pereira household!
The trip down the coast took a total of 29 days - closer to DH's estimate than mine I'm glad to say. It was not always pleasant, but we consoled ourselves with the knowledge that this was the "work" part and the "fun" part will come in December when we head back to FL to begin our winter sailing adventures and head for the Keys and the Bahamas. The plan has always been to sail in the winter in warmer climates and get away from the cold of Colorado winters. We shall see how it works out!
I have to get my pictures off the camera, laptop and iPad and go through them, but I promise not to bore you with too many. We did see some gorgeous sites and spent the night in some very interesting and beautiful places. It definitely was not all fun and games though!
I have a couple of events coming up:
July 11, 2015 - Sassy Chic Stamp Camp:
July 18, 2015 - Stamp Camp North:
If you want any more information or want to be put on my mailing list for future events, just leave me a comment or send me an email (link in the sidebar). These camps are always a great opportunity to get creative and share the fun with lots of other fun campers. There's always the bonus of going home with some gorgeous creations that you made yourself!
I'll be back on schedule with the Monday Freebies soon as well. Just gotta get myself back in the groove of being a landlubber again!
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