November 26, 2015

Holidays on a boat...

Our family and non-boating friends often share the sentiment [usually with a detectable hint of sadness...] of what it must be like to live a 'camping' lifestyle- especially during traditionally family-holidays...

Well, as our fellow boaters know, it is really no different than on land. We shop days [or weeks, or months...] ahead selecting only the finest quality trappings for the meals- which are meticulously prepared- just like in a home...

And, as holiday tradition warrants, we are always prepared for the unexpected guest(s.)

In essence, we eat our hearts out, and so should you...

Our photo epitomises one of my favorite quotes: [from Chevy Chase's movie Vacation]
 I don't know why they call this stuff Hamburger Helper; it tastes just fine all by itself...

Wish you were here...

3 comments:

John Deruyter said...

MREs, Spam, Black Box Merlot, and Peanut Butter Cups for desert - PERFECT! :)

Bill said...

And John, I'll have you know that we don't settle for just any ordinary old Spam; for Thanksgiving only "oven roasted" Turkey Spam will do...

Bill said...

I should also mention we intentionally omitted the packet of instant potatoes from the photo shoot since, given the elegance of the other trappings, we thought that might appear just a wee bit tacky...