Back. Well, almost.

We’re back.  House still standing, woo!  

It was what we were expecting:  namely, a qualified success.  Yeah, there was the one moment when Dys’s mother said something completely smartassed to Dys when I was standing two feet behind her carrying a trolling motor to the boat and I literally looked down at the thing in my hands and pondered braining her with it like a mallet at the “test your strength” thing at the county fair.  And a few other moments that were a little shy of it.  But generally we managed to enjoy ourselves.  And Boy definitely did, so that’s a good thing.

I have a shitpot full of stuff to deal with in and around the office for the next several days…and Dys has a week’s worth of work to catch up on and now has Boy to deal with at home all day as well.  So we might take a while to get to it.  But we have stories, we have pictures, and we’ll try to make it worth the wait.

We missed y’all.


6 Responses

  1. One question, please.

    Was the outboard on at the time of the pondered braining? That would change many factors of the equation (i.e. the level of bell ringing).

  2. I’d go with some kind of “hammer throw” technique. If it were a movie, you could pull the cord of the outboard just as you were letting go…priming it might be a little tricky…but you’d figure it out…necessity IS the “mother” of invention.

  3. We missed you too!…Or at least I did.

  4. Welcome back, glad everyone survived.

  5. Glad you’re back, we missed you guys!

  6. Glad you’re back and safe.

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