The tour and the adventures continue for Jack and Joanne. It’s not a surprise to those of us who know them to see how warmly they are greeted and loved on their tour.
Check out this week’s delicious lobster dinner, a remarkable old barn, and Jack’s fascination with RVs.
Hot cooked lobster delivered to our campsite.
Can you tell where we are?
A very together guy in an awesome delivery truck (48′ Ford dad!) showed up, all smiles! I think this is called “glamping.”
The 48′ Ford pickup truck delivered our fresh hot lobster. When a rig is right, it has a certain “look” from it’s stance to the trim, this was a real eye candy pleaser.
I’m a vehicle guy, I love cars, truck, boats, tractors, bus’s… you get the idea. The first rig is a new VW Westfailia camper.
Iconic to the core, they dominated for forty years. This new model is imported as VW still won’t bring them to the USA. The layout has not changed. Modern LED lighting, computer controlled engine, all add up to a perfect compact package.
Joanne enjoys a cup of coffee while discussing routes and stops with the German owners.
Cushing Academy welcomed Captain Jack Molan as a guest speaker today after a warm introduction by his friend, our own Mark Burke.
Now a photographer, author and public speaker, Captain Jack described the challenges of a 30-year fishing career in the Bering Sea and the life lessons that grew from his incredible experiences.
Speaking in a really old (I didn’t catch the age) barn in New Hampshire. Thanks to Beaver Brook for hosting Joanne and myself to a wonderful evening.