Naming a boat is no casual affair—it involves some serious boat juju. Boat christening is a hallowed mariner tradition, not to be trifled with.
now, more than ever, we don’t just enjoy our escapism, we NEED it.
There are no words to the song of the ocean, but the message is simple: not to forget where we came from. The melody is locked in the water that composes much of what we are. Most humans ignore that song. We hold the melody in our heart. It is a wandering song carried by the wind and currents. One day, when we find the place we are meant to be, we will take root. (slightly modified)
|Christina and Carlos of Mulberry Cove Marina are on each side of Wayne.|
More than where we go, we find what we remember most is those we share our time with. For that reason, we were delighted Carlos and Christina of NAS JAX’s Mulberry Cove Marina were willing to join us for Gallivant’s christening ceremony. Everyone on the base seemed to go out of their way to make our life better here, especially the RV park and even more so the marina. It was our small way of saying thanks for all they’ve done for us. Christina helped in the christening by taking a video and Carlos with his sincere enthusiasm.