Friday March 9 Road Trip

Written by Jack van Ommen on March 9th, 2012

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Monday night I stayed with John and Maureen in Washington N.C.. We met in the Waterland Marina in Monnickendam in June 2010. You might remember that I visited them almost exactly a year ago in N.C. They are re-born sailors, after a short stint on their Dutch power boat.

The short blooming period of the Gum trees was just starting last week in Virginia but is now in full bloom further south. I am writing this from Savannah and the Azeleas are breathtaking. Purple, Pink and White. Dogwood, Cherry blossoms, Magnolias. Tuesday I stayed with Norm and Betsy Riviere, friends since 1967, from the period we lived in Belgium. Jay Newbern was my host Wednesday and Thursday. Last night he had invited 6 couples to see some of my sailing slide shows. We watched the full moon rise from his back yard, about 200 yards from the Atlantic beach. I met him in Green Cove Springs on the Porch and caught up with several of the friends I met when I worked on “Fleetwood” in 2008 and 2009.

This evening I will be with Arjan van Buul and his young family at a campground on Tybee Island, near Savannah. We met a few blocks from where I am writing this in early February 2008. Tomorrow I drive back to Chesapeake, Virginia.



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