Sharon and Larry, Leadfree Too, Metro Beach, Michigan
During our visit and layover in Metro Beach we met Sharon and Larry, fellow cruisers who opened their home to us. Â A basic level of goodness we have found in the cruising community.
TowBoatUS, Hudson River
We have used our unlimited insurance several times. Â The service providers have always been pleasant and the service exceptional. Â As we were running low on fuel and daylight was waning, we put in a call. Â The boat operator would have to come from the eastern side of the George Washington Bridge. Â Two and a half hours one way! Â After refueling he kept in touch with by cell phone until we were safely tied up for the night.
Sgt. Jim, Pittsford, New York
Jim has a tough job and deals with not very nice people. Â It was nice to share our experiences with him and let him know that there are still good people out there. Â What a guy!
Per Hans and Beckie, Daytona Beach
They loaned us their Mini Cooper for two and half weeks!!!
Cousin Cheryl, Solomons, Maryland
Cheryl has opened her house to us and driven us wherever we needed. Â She’s an angel.
The O’day Community
The community of O’day owners has gone out of their way to help us. Â From email advice to mail drops, they are always there. Â Special thanks to Mike Collucci, Bill and Patti Coxe, and Pete Dodenhoff.
The Cruising Community in General and Marathon, Florida in Particular
The cruising community is always ready to help. Â Whether it’s a ride to the store, a loaner tool, radio advice or navigational advice, cruisers are always there to help. Â We have met so many helpful people that it is a shame we can’t list them all. Â Special thanks has to be given to our friends we met in Marathon who gave us rides and helped out so much. Thanks, Gary and Marcia (O’day 35, Rockford, Illinois) and Harv and Anne (Victory 35 cat, Wausau, Wisconsin). Â A special thanks to our traveling partner for the last 1300 miles, Tom and Lisa on their lagoon 380, Symmetry.