Doh Ray Me
andromeda of plymouth
Susan and Andrew Wilson
Fri 4 Jul 2014 13:18
Doh a deer - well not around here there isn't, no wildlife at all that we can see,
Ray a drop of golden sun - we sure would like to see some of these instead of the dark grey, light grey, charcoal grey, slate grey, pearl grey........
Me a name I call my self - and so does everyone, but do the whates and dolphins?
Fah a long long way to run - and to sail, hike, sail, climb, row, sail, drive, sail, dive, sail, swim, sail, skate, sail, float, sail, ski, sail, hop, sail, dance, sail,
Soh a needle pulling thread - sure comes in mighty hand and we have extra strong ones with extra strong thread,
Lah a note to follow so - sha la la la la la la la la la la la la ti da, sha la la la la la la la la la la ti da, la ti da......my white hulled girl,
Ti a drink with jam and bread - very yummy but our tea of beef and ale stew with new potatoes last night was delicious,
and that will bring us back to,
More in due course.......
PS Its four years since we sailed away from Poole after a great farewell party! We have not achieved all we wanted to do but we've had lots of adventures and met lots and lots of amazing and wonderful people in the meantime and seen some wonderful places! My, how time has flown!
Andrew & Susan
S/V Andromeda of Plymouth, dancing with waves again
Atlantic Ocean between the Azores and mainland Portugal