Its Days Like These…

      …. that make me feel like the luckiest guy alive.

Today was a day for stopping to smell the flowers, or in my case check out the sea around me.

Took time out from my reps and preps (repairs and preparations) to take a swim and have a look underneath the water line.

The sea was pure aqua, warm and inviting.

As I went over the side a school of small fish came over to investigate what I was up to and their bold approach seemed to say “is there anything for us to eat?”.

Completely unafraid they swam around me as I cleaned some small patches of weed from a couple of places on the hull.

Just beautiful. All my cares and dramas of yesterday melted away in the warm semi tropical sun drenched scene.

For the first time in a number of days I felt myself relax completely and take in the beauty that surrounds me.

Wish you were here!

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6 Responses to Its Days Like These…

  1. Antony says:

    Hi Col,

    We are at Longreach Bay enjoying the weather. Dived for crays this morning and caught one undersized that was released.

    Southerlys will persist for a few days so I would stay put and relax.

    Cheers,

    Antony

  2. freespirit52 says:

    Thanks mate, will do.

  3. Vic & Kristy Leger says:

    Hey Colin!

    Keep on keepin on and keep livin the dream, one day at a time. We look forward to hear of your progress as you sail along.
    Take care
    Vic & Kristy

  4. freespirit52 says:

    Being a freespirit & loving it, thanks V&K.

  5. ssf66 says:

    Good reading Colin! Bummer about the sail, how are the repairs coming along? Quintal up looking good!!
    Good luck, Scott

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