Hanging With LeLe @ Tromp

I didn’t have any plans. I didn’t have any invitations to anything. Many friends seem to be online less and less these days, so I didn’t see a lot of peeps I normally see. There were all the usual things to do, but the problem with that is… duh, they are all the usual things.

I had this need, something that I can’t explain (no, dudes, not that need, something else). I played around with my look a lot, posed for some photos which I posted. But wanderlust is a powerful thing. Not everyone feels wanderlust, but I have had it my entire life. I needed to see new things.

The Blake Sea seemed to be calling me, but after a few times at being tossed out of my boat, I was feeling a little apprehensive about getting out on those tricky waters. Ntl, I couldn’t resist and on Saturday, Leanna and I decided to do some exploring together.

Leanna joined me at my usual launch site, then we motored due west through the Bingo Straight. We were having some good times, so I hit the turbos on those big engines and gave LeLe a taste of Seabiscuit’s power. It was bitchin! After the thrill ride we were getting into the vicinity of a little island I’d seen on an early expedition.

Slowly I motored into the little cove on Tromp Island. I could tell LeLe was happy, so we hopped out and made a fire. It was like old times, sitting and talking and taking in all the Blake Sea had.
We hungout at the fire as the sun went down.
I can’t remember what we talked about, but it was great. Just like old times.

This was the start of my weekend on The Blake Sea. It seemed that no matter what my intentions were, I kept coming back to this vast region. There is just so much to see her.

About Yordie

I'm a blogger and photographer on WordPress. I'm active on Twitter. I'm a U.S. Air Force veteran. I'm a gamer in Fallout series, Skyrim, and other games, including an avatar in Second Life. I wrote the sci-fi novel, The Temporal Expeditions.
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