From All Under and Over
Sailor Man surfaced in Honolulu long enough for the boat to dump the Seal Team mini-sub shelter on its deck and go back to being a "real submarine." Why? Because there are only, like, two of these things in the whole Navy and another sub needs to "borrow" it. Either that or AJ traded it for several cases of beer and nacho chips. This week they go back to sea for three weeks, under water like a "real submarine." Wait--isn't that what "submarines" do, really?
A new slogan for Brit Land--"England, a Robin Hood theme park every day!" Really, it's a little intimidating, visiting places where they qualify their statements by saying, "Of course, this part of the building only dates from the early 1400s." Granted, it's not Egypt, where the pyramids were already ancient a thousand years before that. But still fairly cool.
Saturday there's a travel show at our house--come over if you'd like to see the 262 digital shots we took. Or say to yourself, "Thank God we don't live close enough to go!"
And, for the mildly-to-seriously interested, Dman is now, by mutual agreement, one-half of a formal couple. She is a fan of Riesling and "The Office," which, I believe, are a good combination. Hopefully, fans of "Hope for Living" will not be crushed by the news that Depressed Man has retired from show biz.