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New items coming soon

by Bill on 04/26/15

New products for spring on the way. The "On the Rocks" billboard shirts are new large design on our camp shirts. Bucket style hats are also coming soon. Warm weather has arrived! Get ready for the beach!

I Hate the Cold

by Bill on 01/29/15

The winter is just starting and I need a break from the cold. Back up north visiting for a while and need to get my toes back in the sand and clear blue water. Getting ready to introduce some new shirts with billboard graphics on the back. The mere thought is making me warmer, or it maybe the rum! Cheers from the Captain!

Rest Stops

by Bill on 06/26/14

I celebrated one of those pleasant milestones in life this month. I had friends and family over to join in. I enjoy those moments in life when I can stop, look back, and take pleasure in an achievement. It's even better when others are excited about it too. These stops are like the comms in life. Pause, take a moment to look back, maybe rest, and then weigh anchor and move on to the next goal. It may not always be a new journey, but definately a continuation. Cheers!


by Bill on 05/09/14

Had the boat hauled for some spring cleaning. After what seemed like months it was back in the blue. Found some crew and went out last night. Perfect temperature, nice breeze and cold beer made for a relaxing evening. I like the sound of the wind whistling through my open beer bottle. The boat keeling to a sudden gust brings a smile to my face. Spring is finally here.


by Bill on 04/09/14

My sons had me dust off the frustrating clubs over the weekend. Time for a round of eighteen. It was Mark Twain I believe who said that golf is a nice walk ruined. Thankfully now we have little electric carts. Even though both of them easily whipped their elder it was great to be out with them. Memories are embellished with age. Looking back how I tortured my father brings back memories of happy times. I hope I gave them things to smile about in the future. I still would rather getting clobbered outside at golf, than beaten inside at a game console. Life is not static but fluid, doing not having is the essence of life. Live your life!