I was texting my buddy Jason the other day and he made the comment that he assumed we were back to work. That’s when it dawned on me that I had never introduced our work blog NuclearNomads.org.
I started Nuclear Nomads at the end of the last outage so that friends/co-workers that we met there can keep up w/ us. Also makes an easy way to stay in touch w/out keeping a bunch of phone numbers and e-mails, invariably lossing them over time.
I suppose there would be more activity on this blog if I just put work stuff here but I like to keep work in it’s own little corner of my life. Family and personal friends may not care about OSHA requirements and work friends don’t have to muddle through our personal lives to find out that an OSHA 10 Card is required to work the nuke plants in Florida.
So if you are interested in what we do to fund our Carpe Langousta Life check out our blog about Nuke Life. Click the link above or the one on the sidebar to the right.
Got on April’s laptop to get caught up on posting some pictures.
(insert pic of me siezing lobsters)
Here is the view of the grill New Years Eve. Fresh langousta and Grouper. Had huge shrimp but didn’t put any on for some reason:
From the screened patio and out the Master Bedroom window of the townhouse we were in till Christmas Day:
Looking straight across the canal to Sharkies where a band played every night including X-mas eve. We walked over one night for an excellent meal w/ the best service in memory. They occupy the left half of the building and Ocean Divers the right:
(For some unknown mystery of the cosmos I am unable to load the picture of Sharkies. There are a couple of other pics I wanted to load as well but for some reason can’t. Tired of trying and just need to get this post up and move on.)