We all liked to hear what they thought of our life on a boat. I remember Kayvon said one day, "Is this what your life is like every day?". I was so happy for the kids to hear that and know that they haven't got it to bad!
They were all unbelievable great about their water and electricity consumption. They were totally cool with ocean baths with our sea savon soap and Martha learned how to do the dishes with a very, very, very tiny amount of water and even managed to convince us that she didn't mind!
Everyone stubbed their toes and got a few bruises from maneuvering around but nothing out of the ordinary. Millie noticed today as we were waiting for their plane that Tara had major tan lines from all the sun they had gotten. She says..."Holy! Look at your bikini stains!" Too funny. I guess that will be Tara's reminder of her time here for a few weeks.
I guess highlights for me would be the fire on the beach, hearing everyone's stories of snorkeling with the sting rays, pulling up at a new island and seeing everyone's faces, and seeing everyone enjoy the high high high...HIGH-LIGHTS.
We now are looking forward to March 11th, when our friends Chris and Jeremy arrive at the Panama for our adventures through the canal. Life is pretty good.
....Thank You Martha, Kayvon and Tara for a week we will never forget. You made the San Blas even more special for us. Oh and thank you for lugging all our boat parts and various odds and ends from Toronto down to us. Mucho Gracias!!!!