by AnnGardner Eubank
Like many others, Lisa and Tim Skelton gained a new perspective and appreciation for life in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic and its restrictions. The owners and operators of Oyster Creek Boatworks found themselves eager to make a change when their lives were flipped upside down due to the pandemic.
“Ever since the pandemic really took off, we really gained a new perspective,” Lisa said.
Lisa, who had previously been working in banking, and Tim, who had been on the road while working in heavy mechanical construction for 23 years, came to the realization they wanted to spend more time putting energy towards their passions….
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