I was still picking up BBs out of the boat from last week, fixing the head from the kids clogging it up, and wondering why all my waypoints have been erased from my GPS when Pam McGreevy, the mother of Andrew's friend Bubba, stops by the boat to pick up her son's bodyboard on her way to work.
As I see Pam walking down the gangway, she says, "Hey Len, thanks for bringing him back in one piece last week."
"Um, yeah, Pam. We did not use the boogie boards that much," I replied.
"Well, Bubba had a great time. Thanks for inviting him," she said.
"Sure," I said. "Did you happen read my story in the Daily Pilot last week?"
Pam had not, so I asked if I could interview her for this week's story. For those of you who do not know McGreevy, she has been a captain on the ferryboats for 14 years and holds her 100-ton skipper's license. Working 40 hours a week is a lot of time on the bay, and I cannot think of many people on the water more than Pam.