The truth is that we live in warm places 99% of the time. We divide our time between Seattle, Cabo and wherever our boat is. We pick the best seasons to be in various places and only occasionally get caught in cold weather. One day last week I realized that all of my shorts were dirty and put on a pair of jeans. Roberta asked why I was “all fancied up” as did various neighbors who have grown accustomed to seeing me in my usual uniform of golf shirt, golf shorts, and sneakers.
Anyway, for this expedition the travel company sent a list of suggested clothes and Roberta has been busy ordering them. The picture you see above shows the pile of boxes that arrived, and it’s actually worse than what you are seeing. This is AFTER Roberta and I worked for THREE HOURS unpacking. This is only about half the pile.
Roberta asked me to try on some gloves last night. When I commented that they felt just fine, although perhaps a little loose, she said, “Remember, these are your outer gloves. There’s another thick set of gloves that will go under these.”
We only have two days in Seattle and lots of family to see, plus LOTS more unpacking to do, before we start packing.
Ken Williams (and, Roberta)
MV Sans Souci