Located at Deep Point Marina the owners of Cadence, a 59’ Selene motor yacht, coordinated a Halloween party which included sail and power boaters from across the facility. Participating as well was Deep Point staff person Chris- who grilled some darn fine chicken.
The event was a pot luck dinner. What a wonderful variety of chowder, chili, broccoli & cauliflower salad, hot dogs, meat balls, Mac & cheese, and deserts including a Black Forest cake-in-a-bowl.
Participants began to arrive a little before 6PM.
Music matched the 1960’s hippie theme.
Diann’s outfit was acquired at Dollar General. She paid $8 for the psychedelic pajama bottoms- which will get used this winter on our Gemini sailing catamaran.
No one broke into karaoke mode, and dancing was not inspired. Participants simply enjoyed being together and telling tales from their youth. Having begun at 6PM, the party faded around 9:30.
This was our first Halloween party during our extended cruise. We can only hope that other facilities had as good a time as the two dozen folks at Deep Point.
A special note needs to be made. Janet, of Cadence, contacted a number of Southport vendors who donated prizes for the party. Those vendors included: Zimmerman Marine; Deep Point Marina; Loco Joes; Mr. P’s Bistro; Lantanas; The Christmas House; Bullfrog Corner; Ocean outfitters; The Hoarders Shop; Cardsmart; Stewarts Hardware; Party Time; and Habitat for Humanity.