I'm sitting here, patiently waiting for a blogger friend who is traveling down from Toronto Canada to visit me for the next six days.
Earlier this week he told me he would be leaving early this morning (we're in the same time zone) and his trip would take approximately nine hours. That would mean he should be arriving soon.
I tried calling his cell phone several times today but couldn't get hold of him. I left a message. I suspect he has his cell phone turned off.
He will be staying at the hotel (Hotel Blue) across Lewes-Rehoboth Canal in Lewes from the hotel where I work. We didn't have room in our hotel for the next week for him so I suggested he make reservations at our competition. He'll like that hotel though because it is a more modern eclectic hotel. The hotel where I work is "Nantucket" themed. Talking to my blogger friend on FaceTime I could see in the background that his habitat in Toronto are spartan and minimalist. Clean lines, lots of light. Just like my other blogger friend Bob of "I Should Be Laughing" often features in his weekly architecture blogs. I happen to like that kind of house too but since I'm a
Since I'm going to be the Entertainer in Chief for the next six days I ventured out this morning to see what we could do. We're in luck because the tall ship the Kalmar Nyckel is in Lewes for the next week or so. I LOVE tall ships but I've never been on one. Bill won't go with me. Maybe I can talk my blogger friend into taking a two hour "Pirate Cruise" with me next Tuesday. That is if I ever hear from him.
|Kalmar Nyckel in dock this morning in Lewes, Delaware - a beautiful, clear day for sailing!|