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... of Wilderness.
This week has felt quite long... I had one morning off where I went to explore the island, but it was a public holiday so not much was happening. I had breakfast at Capt N Jacks. Currently I am having a dinner at Harbour's Edge with lovely Argentinian wine, live music, great views (some lookers too) and a super vibe. If I can know for certain that I can look forward to something like this once ...
... off, unloading…well you get the idea. Of course the entire sequence goes in reverse but with clean laundry, backpacks full of groceries, ice and of course Buster and Daisy.
We learned something interesting. It is important to keep meeting new cruisers and learning from them. The sad story goes like this. John, from Newfoundland, docks his dinghy at a local pier, during low tide. As he is visiting shore, the wind blows his dink under the ...
... the water maker, two refrigerators, two laptops, lights and receptacles, while having some juice left over for charging the boat batteries so we have power at night. Unfortunately the solar power doesn’t work at night, but Ed is working on that too!
It turns out that Mary Beth was a big hit with the “saw and scrape” band at a local pub/rib feast. She has picked up playing the harmonica, ...
... rolled through and the power came back on, we had movie night on the dock. We set the TV and DVD player up on the companion way top. Dale made popcorn and we all got cozy in the cockpit. We were more than ready for a low key night. It was our last hurrah together.
Today started out cool which was good because we had prep work to do. This afternoon on my last beach walk, I met 2 three legged dogs, Oreo and Tripod, and no camera, darn it! They are both "pot ...
... of sand dollars. Some days handfuls can be gathered from the sand. Not our luck today, though. There is still plenty to see. We gather shells and more sea urchins until the tide starts rolling in and the beach begins to disappear. Back to the boat and a quick stop at the grocer’s for some very expensive lettuce. A quick dip in the pool is refreshing and welcome. It’s going to be an early night tonight…all that sun and water have made us very ...
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