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Thank You Tour, 10.25.19

Thank You Tour, 10.25.19

I made my way to Diemold in Fort Myers and learned that the molds for the new Armaid had arrived safely and in good condition.    I've been working with the folks from Diemold for close to 14 years.

Thank You Tour, Journal Entry 10.23.19

Thank You Tour, Journal Entry 10.23.19

I arrived in Fort Myers on Tuesday, ready to spend some time with my old friend, Pat. The molds are still uncertain when they will arrive but they did get loaded on the truck last Friday. Jessica from the shipping company will contact me soon with a more exact date and time of arrival of the molds to Diemold.

It's been a very long, exciting and full two weeks since I left Blue Hill. Maine. I am reaching my max, been eating more than 50% good and resting okay. I can feel I'm not 100% so I look forward to resting in Fort Myers and replenishing.

Thank You Tour, Journal Entry 10.21.2019

Thank You Tour, Journal Entry 10.21.2019

Lastly, I had an opportunity to swim in the ocean as the sunset. The water and air temperature were about the same, mid 70’s.  It was wonderful. . .and a lot different than the cold Maine ocean water! 

Thank You Tour, Journal Entry 10.19.19

Thank You Tour, Journal Entry 10.19.19

Good morning, I just crossed the border around 10 last night into Alabama and pulled off and slept in a rest stop. I must say I am surprised how well I sleep in the back of the truck.

Thank You Tour, Journal Entry 10.18.19

Thank You Tour, Journal Entry 10.18.19

I'm leaving Atlanta today....visiting this am with a baseball 'superstore' called Better Baseball and their buyer. Then I'm having lunch with an athletic trainer from the Atlanta Braves.

Before Armaid - Diving Story #2

Before Armaid - Diving Story #2

One mid-afternoon in my third week of offshore life aboard the ship, the deck and air was at its tropical hottest and I was ready to take a dip into the clear, warm waters of the Philippine Sea.  But instead of just swimming along the surface, I decided to strap on a SCUBA tank and go a little deeper. I decided, in fact, to go all the way down to the bottom.

Terry's Travels - Manuka Wood

Terry's Travels - Manuka Wood

On the smaller end of the physical scale is the Manuka tree, bush. It’s a shrub that can grow quickly from several inches tall to about 15 feet and under the right conditions it can grow into a slender tree of 30 feet or more.

Terry's Travels - Kauri Spoon

Terry's Travels - Kauri Spoon

Kauri only grows in one place in the world, the North Island of New Zealand and is among the most massive in height and girth, nearly as large and as tall as the Redwoods of Northern California.
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