So, my husband has done his first funeral and he's done an awesome job. But now he had a question and asked me and I had an idea but wanted to see what you pastors thought. We knew this man from our yacht club and both he and my husband are/were avid sailors. So this man is being cremated (they went to the crematorium this morning) and Saturday, they will sprinkle his ashes in the harbor where this man was the Dockmaster for the village. Funny enough, while it's technically "illegal", we're going out on the police boat to do the ashes. :laugh: So hubby asked what would be appropriate for him to wear to do this. I don't necessarily think a suit would be right but thought of maybe going a bit "nautical" - tan khakis, white polo shirt, navy blue jacket. What do you think? Or should he go with a suit and tie? He COULD do the khakis, white dress shirt, yacht club tie and navy jacket. Hmmmm...... thoughts?