Well my favorite little marine consignment shop in the Keys has finally made it big. Check out the article from the Miami Herald. http://www.miamiherald.com/2011/11/18/v-print/2508413/ahoy-bargain-hunters-marine-consignment.html In case you were wondering I was the consignee who ok'd selling the model brigantine sailboat for $60. After 20 years in Miami I finally made into the Herald (sorta!) I actually found out about the article after delivering a new load of items to Reuven yesterday. Stop by and ask about the salt n pepper shakers or large brass portholes. Very cool stuff. Best wishes to Lysa and Reuven.
Tuesday, November 15, 2011
Mr. Bramson was one of my favorite professors from St. Thomas University. He was recently interviewed by the Miami Herald about his latest book. Burdines was a South Florida icon. I'll never forget my mother-in-law pronouncing it "Bur-Dee-Ness" with the thickest Cuban accent.
Like Hannibal Smith said... "I love it when a plan comes together!" I received this week my first return on investment from Mother Ocean. My oldest daughter even said "High five dude... and you owe me $30 dollars." Ok we're not talking about four digit figures but it's enough to keep my interests moving forward. Certainly a first installment towards next summer's adventure (or even a down payment on a sailboat I have my eye on). With the cooler weather comes garage sales and the buys have been really good. My next consignment will include several wooden model sailboats, a tandem kayak and a turn-of-the-century ship lamp. My best score was a set of bronze ship portholes (rectangular and round) plus various teak blocks & tackle. I cleaned up several of the bronze pieces and have been varnishing the teak wood. Check back in a few days for pictures. And yes Vic... you'll get your cut!
Friday, November 4, 2011
Tuesday, November 1, 2011
Happy Birthday Lisette! You were here recently and we had a great time catching up. I was not able to call you yesterday being that it was Halloween (and crazy). It's always been an issue but there's hope. Senator Rob Kane (R) from CT has proposed changing Halloween from the 31st to the last Saturday in October. I say yes! We love you and wish you many more birthdays.
And no that's not me sitting in the chair. That's my older brother Ed. Good looks run in the Moore blood!