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We went to Shark Tooth Island again and what a pleasure we
where the only boat there. It was a cool overcast day with no wind, just
perfect. The river is about 27 degrees and only slightly salty, this time we
where on the southern end of the island which is all sandy. Lying under the sun
umbrella and scratching in the sand we picked up more teeth. Tuesday was ...
... loved every minute of it. And that is my point; without that time, without that knowledge, I could never go off to a different country to work for a summer. I wouldn’t have even been able to apply. I would be terrified of not being good enough, of not being perfect. And I won’t be perfect at Oxford. But I’ll be damn good. And if I do screw up, I’ll make sure it makes one hell of a story for the staff meeting, and I’ll ...
... done. Kathy and I ate steaks and the steaks were very nice, with roasted red potatoes. All in all, this was a nice place to stop for a meal and not too expensive. An interesting side note was, they brewery is on the Rappahannock River at the location where Union forces built several pontoon bridges to enable Union forces to meet Confederate forces around Fredericksburg in 1864 and then again in May 1865 so that Union forces could participate in the victory parades in Washington ...
... the beach that was connected to the complex's property. We got lost for a little while, then got a call from Branson wanting to give us a free vacation. It took them two tries to understand we were moving to another country. It was kind of funny because at one point they were telling us that there are many restaurants that serve turkey in Branson. Oh well :)
Dinner that night consisted of stroganoff from scratch and more ...
... Dave has contracted some significant rigging work that should reliably set us up for the next ten years of bluewater cruising. This will include replacing the side shrouds, replacing the diamond rods, replacing the pelican striker wire, and possibly replacing the forestay. We will be replacing the main halyard with a line less susceptible to "hackles" and use the current halyard line as the halyard for the new Code 0. Dave will service the spinlocks ...