Thats not an unreasonable question. Many folks just have no Idea or Imagination. I tell them I do the same as you do.
-Get up in the morning (The sunrise is the alarm
- Coffee and breakfast
- Take the kids
to daycare (Take dog to the beach)
- Go to work (Boat work, Laundry
- Lunch break (local pub or beach)
- Go to the grocery store (Go fishing/Diving or go ashore or both)
- Come home (Boat) chat with the neighbors (Other boats)
- Cocktails at 5 on the porch (Cockpit or the neighbors cockpit)
- Dinner with the family
- Watch an entertaining "movie" ( Charter
boats trying to anchor/dock)
- Early to bed
after setting the "House" alarm
(Dog in cockpit)
-Everyonce in a while you need to take the "car" to the shop (Put the dink motor
on the rail and fix carburator, scrub the dink bottom)
Pretty much the same boring existance you have on the dirt.
With regard to "How can I afford it?) I used less than 400 gallons of fuel
3000+ miles last winter. If I had stayed home it would have taken twice that to heat the house. Most other expenses are about the same (food etc) . Using "Cruiser Logic we saved a bundle!
No job? well I wasn't that good at it anyway!