Every year our yacht club has a fun day on the water called Pizza Pigout. One of the members owns a chain of pizza joints so on this fun day boats from our club form a wagon wheel. Pizza orders are taken and sent into the pizza stores and, while they’re cooking the pizzas we’re partying. Hard partying. When the pizzas were ready the stores delivered them to the club and they were ferried out to the boats in dinghies. Our boat was the first one out there to drop the anchor then other boats formed up around us. By the time we were done, 58 boats were there and everyone was having fun. Instead of a full circle of boats as we’ve done in the past, this year we formed a horseshoe and had a band on a pontoon boat centered at the opening so everyone could hear the music. It could not have been a better day. Temps were in the high 80’s to low 90’s, there was just enough of a breeze to keep the air moving, zero clouds, darn near perfect! Here’s a few photos of the day…. This was shortly after the first anchors were dropped and boats were showing up to join in. In the background you can see the ‘toon that the band was on. Here’s a shot from the shore of the horseshoe after most of the boats had arrived. The rest of these are pics that I took as well as some that a friend of ours took. She borrowed my camera to take some of her own. The camera is a waterproof Olympus so I wasn’t concerned about it getting wet. This is my daughter in law (the blond) and the friend who had borrowed the camera. Yup, those are my toes. I’m in a floatie just cruising around. Some friends enjoying their pizza. That’s yours truly on the right, the friendly photographer on the left, and that’s her mom next to me. She doesn’t look that old! That’s GW on the paddleboard with her glass of wine. Yes, the pizza was GREAT! Thanks Round Table! A nice shot of Beachcomber’s stern. They don’t look like they’re having any fun, do they! We pulled anchor around 8:30 and were one of the last boats to leave. Needless to say, a good time and good pizza was enjoyed by all.