Very early that morning, we take the plane for a second time; heading to Georgia where a boat that Sam found is waiting for us.
– I am just SO excited !!! I say to Sam.
– I know! The boat is just perfect: our own bedroom with a bed not in the shape of a triangle, separate beds for the kids, two bathrooms, wind generator, solar panels, kitchen like we wanted, central cockpit that keeps us dry and the kids safe…
– With white cream cushions on top! Brand new from 2014!!!
– Arrghhh…you and your cushions.
Past February 2018.
-Look Salty, this is a photo of the man who’s helping us to find a boat.
She doesn’t look. Not sure why I thought it could interest her…
-He helps to find a boat?
-Yes! We’re going to go back to see him and visit a boat with him soon.
-But I don’t know him.
-No you don’t. His name is George. But look this time, here, that’s a photo of him on his business card.
Salty looks, grins and almost screams:
-This is NOT George mommy!!!
She goes in the living room, visibly upset.
I wait and think about when we met George back in Florida. He said:
“I will give you such a good service finding your boat, that when you’ll come back of your trip, you will call me.”
Salty comes back and brings a plush at 1 inch from my nose and says angrily:
-THIS is GEORGE, mommy!!!
We flew to to meet him again and visited no less than 18 boats in 1 week through the ENTIRE Florida.
There is not much resemblance between George the Pig and George the broker. But I must admit that I cannot dissociate the two anymore!
Featured image: Sam and Cass driving a mini cooper from Turo through Florida, hopeful to find THE boat…
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