|Sean and Jeffrey|
Every now and then I get to meet one of my blogger friends in person. Today was such a day. Sean and his husband Jeffrey were visiting another fellow blogger this weekend and stopped by for a visit this afternoon.
Sean and Jeffrey met the elusive and reclusive
"Bill", my longtime partner and husband to be (this July)! Bill loved them, as I knew he would.
While Sean and Jeffrey were here another hot blogger friend of ours called me on FaceTime. That hottie was (and still is) Dr. Spo of hot Phoenix, Arizona.
After chatting with Bill we all took off to Rehoboth Beach to drop in on another fellow blogger, The Cajun. Of course he was DELIGHTED to see us.
Prior to "dropping in" on the Cajun, we had to find a parking place. Rehoboth Beach has new parking meters that you pay by credit card. It was a pleasure watching these two (Sean and Jeffrey) figure out how to coordinate their credit card with the parking meters. Great minds indeed. Young mind actually. I can just imagine Bill and I trying to figure out the new parking system.
After we (they) got the parking situation figured out (two hour's worth folks, "only" $17.00) we took a stroll on the boardwalk. What a pleasure that was for ALL of us. I don't usually (actually never) go on the boardwalk during the season but since Jeffrey graciously offered to drive, I went. The "pleasure" of walking the boardwalk was see all the eye candy. When I do go to the boardwalk in the summer it is usually very early in the morning and all I usually see are seat soaked, older, wiry lesbians runners. All nice ladies I'm sure but not really eye candy for this gay guy if you know what I mean. Just saying.
|New York hotties on the Rehoboth Boardwalk|
|The Cajun at his station - this is not a Sit Down Job|
We arrive at Dos Locos where The Cajun is the gracious, efficient and hot host with the most. Man was he busy. I got tired the few seconds I took this video.
We ordered (hamburger for me of course which was DEE-LICIOUS), a California Wrap for Jeffrey and I don't know what for Sean. Oh, I also had a frozen lime margarita. Oh my, do I ever love my margaritas. It only takes one to get me a buzz on and I got one. Thank goodness Jeffrey was driving.
After we ate and left the darkened environs of Dos Locos, and walked out into the bright sunlight of Rehoboth Avenue I felt like I just underwent an eye examination and my eyes were dilated. Yep, Ron was tipsy. Shame no one was around to take advantage of my vulnerable state. Oh well.