There’s No Place Like Home

Thanks to all that followed us on our journey. We arrived home late June and it took me some time to adjust to being back home. There were many reasons for us deciding to come home but the biggest deciding factor was Luke had become concerned about hurricane season. Oh Lordy, I am so glad he decided we should go home, otherwise we would have spent our summer running from storms.

I have mixed feelings about being home and during quiet moments pangs of

Big Sky II

Big Sky II – Look East from dock

wanderlust¬†creep into my thoughts. The winds are calling but I have found that,”there’s no place like home”. I sincerely thank my friends and family for all of their visits and support while we were cruising. We discovered that it takes a village to keep a boat moving continually¬† forward. I love my village.

We met so many interesting folks along the way. The places all seem to run together but it was the people, the sunrises/sunsets and the weather that standout in my memories.

We have now been home over 4 months. Luke is reemployed and I am painting. I feel so fortunate to have been able to take our journey on Nice Lady. I am also fortunate to have a home to come back to.

If you ever have the opportunity to take an extended vacation somewhere out of your comfort zone, do not hesitate – GO!




2 Comments on “There’s No Place Like Home

  1. So happy you got to experience that…a once in a lifetime venture for sure! Glad you are back home safe and sound! Yes indeed, there is no place like home!


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