Category: Boats

Hello June: Favorites, Recipes, and Table Inspiration

Happy first day of June! I’m rolling out the welcome mat for June’s arrival and sharing some favorites from the archives. Click on the links for the complete post, recipe or table inspiration! With the calendar page turning to June, I’m looking forward to Gardenias in Bloom. . . Anticipating the Florabundance. . . And Bringing…

Valentine’s Day Round Up: 14+ Sweets, Treats and Table Inspiration

 Valentine’s Day is a week away and I have a round-up of recipes and table inspiration to make your celebration extra sweet! Click on the links below the photo for the full recipe and have a taste! Note: All recipes have a printable recipe link so they print without photos. Look for the link at the bottom of each post.  Valentine’s Day…

‘Tis the Season: Recipes and Inspiration for Christmas Entertaining

If you’re like me, you’re busy decking the halls and trimming the tree.  I pulled together some inspiration from the archives to help us get in the Christmas spirit! Click on the links to revisit for some inspiration and recipes for your holiday baking and entertaining and when you need a break from your tree trimming and…

Weekend Waterview: The Crystal Coast

We visited the Crystal Coast of North Carolina for a long weekend with friends. Enjoying a little bird watching, fishing and scenery. We rented a house on Harkers Island for our stay. You find photos of a previous visit, here. I always enjoy looking at boat names. . . Sadie Lady and Boss are hard-working…

Weekend Waterview: Boating with Dogs

We haven’t been boating much this summer for one reason or another. But it’s one of our favorite things when it’s not too dog gone hot. Early mornings or late evenings are our preferred times for a ride, avoiding the heat of the day. There’s nothing like feeling the wind in our ears. . . Or…

Weekend Waterview: Osprey Nests on the Lake

We always look forward to boating in the summer to check on “our” osprey nests. Osprey return to their same nest each year in March here on the lake, after wintering in Central and South America. They can log more than 160,000 migration miles during their 15-to-20-year lifetime. They build their nests on manmade structures . . . channel markers, duck…