The “Jackbull,” thunderstorms, ribeye steaks and eggs

Don Gill in the 38-foot Jackbull heading home after spending a weekend at Percival Landing in Olympia for the 34th Annual Wooden Boat Fair.

Good morning Longbranch.

The evening’s showers look like it really got the ground wet. My neighbor said “it is a pleasant surprise” to not have rain pour down on us yesterday. For the most part, many of us spent the day enjoying Mother’s Day and working on the yard.

I took my lovely bride to Lulu’s Homeport for breakfast yesterday. Lulu had her ribeye steak and eggs breakfast on special. I had mine medium rare and the eggs over-easy. My lovely bride had the Tom’s omelette, egg beaters with yummy veggies.

We were not the only ones thinking Lulu’s place was a good idea on Mother’s Day. The neighborhood diner was slammed. Crystal, our friendly host, had to call in reinforcements.

It was a lovely breakfast with good food and a tremendous atmosphere. The chatter and the love was impressive. Good people live here in our neck of the woods. I thought I had gone home for mom’s eggs and longanisa (sweet pork sausage).

Anyway, it is currently 55 degrees, cloudy and damp. The weather geeks are expecting thunderstorms today and a high of 63. Brrrr. I may have to breakout the fleece.

Update: I found out Monday morning the identity of the venerable vessel chugging along Drayton’s Passage yesterday afternoon. It is the 38-foot wooden boat Jackbull out of Longbranch Marina. Don Gill was going home after a weekend in Olympia for the 34th Annual Wooden Boat Fair at Percival Landing. Now, that is what I call a classic.

Here is a link to the story of the wooden boat fair in The Olympian:

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