It’s five o’clock somewhere

It’s 5 o’clock somewhere! And as if to tempt me to partake in happy hour festivities, suddenly i notice that the ship clock stopped at five p.m.   So, instead of water I now choose a Samuel Adams and grapes to go along with lunch.  Lunch is Ralphs version of Chinese fried rice with sausage, potatoes, and onions lunch.

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Here is the lunch that I enjoyed so much it escaped the picture.

Maybe I’ll make it a hurricane as the song goes…….Pour me something tall and strong. Make it a hurricane, before I go insane.It’s only half past twelve. But I don’t care, it’s five o’clock somewhere.

This lunch break is gonna take all afternoon, half the night.

( Courtesy of Willie and Allan Jackson duet)

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Jimmy:] What time zone am I on? What country am I in?

[Alan:] It doesn’t matter, it’s five o’clock somewhere!

[Jimmy:] It’s always on time for Margaritaville, Let’s go somewhere!

[Alan:] I’m ready. Crank it up!

[Jimmy:] Let’s get out of here! [Alan:] I’m gone!

And now I think I’ll give you a powerboats kitchen, aka galley tour.   Sister this one’s for you.  Pardon the mess the galley wench is back in LA. 

Please note the u shape configuration along with the compact stove and refrigerator. The kitchen island serves multiple purposes on a boat.  Of all the galley space we have Admiral Patti only allocated me one small drawer space.

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Note no garbage disposal or push button dishwasher here but plenty of water to use and a great water view always.

Do you see $130.00 worth of groceries in here?

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How about here?  And this is a big refrigerator.  

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Pots and pans under the stove and oven. 

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Are you hot cooking? Well, you might be doing it wrong, because on board the Western Flyer, the cook is always served a drink while he/she cooks.

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Five o’clock somewhere!

Here is our on board propane supply.

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Here is our bbq that gets used often

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And here is our table that doubles in size for guests

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And that is a dirty kitchen tour but, I’m working on it.  “So, how do you like your eggs? Poached, scrambled, or fertilized?”  

About trawlercat

Retired and now moving on from the cruising life jeeps, adventure bike, gardening, and travel. Always in search of the next great adventure!
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