BO (before Obama) we owned a house and a boat.
I didn't spend very much time on this boat because being pregnant + choppy water = Connie throwing up!
It was fun while it lasted.
Last weekend, my husband informed me that he wanted to go to the Denver Travel, Boat and RV show. I tried offering him sex so that he'd forget about it but he didn't.
I didn't want to go because I have no desire to own a boat or RV. Plus we don't have the money for such things even though we are living in a 990 sq ft apartment in the ghetto. I'm also afraid of running into one of my ex-husbands.
I'm convinced that people should not own boats unless they fit the following criteria.
- They are independently wealthy and have an extra $1000 a month to throw in the toilet.
- They live on a body of water so they can use it all the time.
- They are homeless and live on the boat.
- They own a boat business.
So we went to the Travel, Boat and RV show and I didn't see any of my ex-husbands but I did see an RV that was nicer than my apartment.
|fireplace, kitchen island AND washer/dryer hook up|
My family found a sweet party boat.
I found where the dhingy's of shame were being sold.
And we found this cool mural in the stairs!
It was a fun way to kill a couple hours and I highly recommend it....if only to see how the other half lives!
Disclosure: I was not paid to talk about the Denver Travel, Boat and RV show....obviously.