My Funniest Experience
This is my most memorable and NOW funny thing that has happened. We were out in Ambrose Channel fishing one day last year. There must have been at least 150 boats out there. As we were drifting we noticed everyone moving and figured that they were moving up the line to start a new drift. These people are waving to us and waving and being nice we waved back, I turned to my husband and asked him, DO YOU KNOW THEM? he said NO, I then asked my friend Mark that was with us if he knew them, he said NO, so here we are saying, well none of us know them but here we all are waving to each other, then we happened to turn around and realized that the reason that they were waving to us was because there was a BIG FREIGHTER maybe 200 feet off our bow, well that scared the #&*@ out of us, lines still in the water we said, BOAT DON'T FAIL ME NOW..we got out of there really fast. Still till this day we laugh how we all stood there waving at each other. No ,the freighter never blew his horns, we had no idea that he was anywhere near us. Like I said, it wasn't funny then, but boy can we laugh about it now. Talking about close calls. WHEEWWWWW....
Then just recently my husband and I are out there fishing, a few boats passed us, didn't thinking anything about it, we got rocked from side to side really bad, I hear this scraping noise like something sliding from one side to the other and the next thing I knew my husband was on his ass. YES FOLKS the chair, the famous chair, slid from one side to the other and then collapse and there he sat. I turned and looked to see him sitting on the floor scatching his head...WHAT THE **** WAS THAT????
Then there was the time, out of nowhere the cooler slid back and forth, and once again we hear this ba thump, we turned around and there sat Capt. Jan twisted like a pretzel in the corner of the boat. Looking and laughing so hard, he said, UM..WHEN YOU GUYS ARE FINISHED laughing at me, do you think you could help me up? Did we help him up...NO...had to leave him there for a few more precious moments.