Friday, November 28, 2008

I should have blogged more...

While I was in St. Thomas. But my work days wore me out so bad that when I got home from my 11-12 hour workday I had to go right off to sleep after eating a quick dinner so I could wake up at 5:30am. I am looking through my pics and here are some for your viewing pleasure. Hell, maybe nobody likes to look at other people's pictures but I know that I love seeing my blog buddie's photos and random ramblings. So here ya go, whether you like it or not. :)

If you click on the pic it gets real big so you can make fun of my facial expressions or clothing choices... lol!

Me in Savannah, GA. Churchill's Pub. They brought that entire wood bar and shelves from England!

My best bud Meg in the galley with the chef on the charter boat job from hell... Doesn't she look happy?

Oh and look how happy I am here??? Same boat. But damn my table looks great... except for the fact that I set my table wrong... lol. the forks go on the left, knives on the right... hey, I was learning. Me and Meg on the ferry from Tortola to St. Thomas when we quit that job together. "Free at last , free at last, thank god almighty we are free at last!" I can actually see the relief on our faces. Vern, Meg and Me at the famous snorkeling/diving spot The Indians off the coast of Norman Island, British Virgin Islands. We are getting ready to jump off the boat.

Me and Meg on Josiah's bay, Tortola. My favorite beach in the world.

Me chillin on a hammock. All I want is a hammock somewhere one of these days and I will be happy. Bolongo Bay, St. Thomas, US Virgin Islands.

One of my favorite pictures, Derek and Meg, in front of one of the frenchy cottages in Frenchtown, St. Thomas, USVI, my neighborhood.
Me. Contemplating. Megan's Bay, St. Thomas.
Old one from Savanna, GA. Me hanging out with the crew of M/Y Francine, the first megayacht I worked on, at Tubby's Bar in Thunderbolt.


  1. I love your photos. You should post more. More. More.
    Love seeing pics of your job, too.
    Man, I am such a doofus for losing so many of my pics...arghhh, can't wait to start adventuring again and refilling the Living Life Files.
    Wooo hoooo.

  2. p.s I've got that exact hammock. It's called The Presidential Hammock and is made by a company in Maine and usually costs $190 but I got mine 20 bucks from a swap meet in Mx.

  3. I will try to find some more! :) I cant wait for you to refill the files either!