the boat has left the building (laivas paliko namą)

In this case, it is very important, where through did our boat leave the building. Why? During the monstrous winter colds, while our garage was too freezing to build the boat in, we made a research on the adventures all over the world. Many astonishing things we found, but one that caught our eye was that most of the adventures had one detail in common, a kind of pattern that we believe made them successful. It’s a balcony.

Having that in mind, Julius took the broadsides of our boat to his third floor flat to glue them and to wait for the spring so that we finally could make that thing of success – the balcony – be involved into our adventurous Do It On Deck journey:

The smell of luck and success was teasing our noses, making the job of holding the rope holding the broadside of the boat so pleasant. We did not want to let it go. We wanted to hold the rope and stand in that balcony forever. But our muscles finally started to shudder of exhaustion and we knew it would have to end soon. And finally we let it go. After all, it’s just the beginning. The beginning of an adventure that already has it’s success guaranteed…


2 Responses to “the boat has left the building (laivas paliko namą)”

  1. 1 tadas April 6, 2010 at 20:27

    Kaip tikras advanced uzerijus užsibukmarkinau jūsų rss fydą ir dabar stebėsiu!

  2. 2 svvv April 7, 2010 at 13:41

    Idekite linka i komentarus ir apacioje – vos suradau.

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