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Thursday, June 25, 2015

Mandatory Bloggery- Cruisng the San Diego Bay

After days of neglect and drunken adventures The LArb released thine long enough to vomit out this blog.
More trash coming soon.
Stocking up on that summer brew! This was a special day, my mum-in-law turned 70 years young.
Note to self: these things rule!
Pepperoni and cheese, that's whats up!
Hank and his eldest daughter. This man is hilarious and makes almost anything fun!
Being on a boat I started acting like a friggin' tourist and started snapping pictures.
San Diego bay.
This sail boat was pretty bad ass, it literally sailed itself.
This was running through my head the whole time.
Closer bridge shot.
Let me take this moment to be thankful that a scum bag like me can stow away this vessel and chug all the beer. America, fuck yea.
Newly weds, about to go under the belly of the beast.
Belly.... OF THE BEAST!
Do-do-do- doo, here comes the sun.....
Wsh I had a better camera, probably could have taken better pics.
Ah, fuggit.
Off in the distance, NastyNeil is working at Nassco.
The food platters were flowing.
Hank manning the wheel.
While Hank was manning the vessel, the wind decided to snatch his hat away. Here is the recovery of his hat, everybody was stoked! This vid really embodied the overall good vibe on the boat.
Truly a big kid at heart.
We were making good time (notice the bridge in the background?).
Happy man right there.
Skipper on the right, he was all business.
And the ladies talking among themselves.
Can't remember the name of the ship on the left, but Hank informed us that that is the vessel that carried Seal team 6 on it's mission to infiltrate Osama Bin Laden's campground and assassinate him.
Fuck you terrorist, you can't hide from our war machines.
Tug boat tuggin' along with a shit load of seagulls flying around it.
After a few hours on the bay, we made way for port.
Everybody was a bit tipsy at this point.
Saw this beauty in the parking lot. I can't resist a nice old looking automobile.
The sure don't make 'em like they used to.
Then it was on to dinner at the boathouse.
Salmon on wild rice. It was awesome.

Life is ruling so hard right now!



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