Monday, April 9, 2012

Easter Dinner at Isle of Hope Marina

Gene had the idea of having a group Easter dinner for all the liveaboards at the marina.   Dan had the idea of ordering from Honey Baked Ham instead of everyone cooking.   Pat and Pam took on the chore of organizing everything, collecting the money, and ordering and picking up everything.

Easter Sunday was beautiful here in Savannah. It was sunny and warm, a picture perfect day.    Early in the afternoon, I took the dogs for play time in the yard.  On the way back, we stopped at the pavillion and joined folks to set up the tables and chairs.   The breeze kept the gnats away but also blew the light tablecloths off the tables.  Bill fetched his duct tape and we taped the tablecloths down.  You can fix anything with duct tape.  

The centerpiece.

My centerpiece, Pamela.

Gene playing with the dogs.

Jingles and Pat. 

Chevy checking out the cooler that held the food.

Gene petting Ruby.

Bailey and her father Larry, Pam's granddaughter and stepson.  Ruby remembers Bailey from her visit a year and a half ago.  Lick lick lick.

Lick lick lick.

It was dinner time, and so time to put the dogs away.    Rather than bore you with details of what we ate and who was there, I'm simply going to do this one with photos.

Everyone, this is the folks of Isle of Hope Marina.   Isle of Hope Marina folks, this is everyone.

Who let the dogs out woof, woof, woof woof.

Ruby and Chevy's new friend Schooner.

Tomorrow- what is that smell on our boat?

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