Tuesday morning brought us gloomy gray clouds, smooth steely seas, temperatures in the low 50s, and little wind, and after … Continue reading May 30, 2017: Sailing, splicing, and thundering
We awoke this Monday morning to overcast skies and temperatures about 30 degrees cooler than yesterday evening’s. After Morning Prayer, … Continue reading May 29, 2019: A rapid ride on the “Current Train”
No dinghy- or buoy-bumping disturbed our Saturday night slumber, and we again slept late. Walt celebrated the Eucharist for the … Continue reading MAY 28, 2017: Motors run better with fuel
A mild night, during which I left the aft cabin’s hatch open so that cool air could creep in, gave … Continue reading May 27, 2017: A day too hot for me!
Morning was scattering glittering crystals of sunlight across the waters of Filucy Bay when we rose after a night during … Continue reading May 26, 2017: Up the mast and into the mud
Construction noise greeted us along with the sun, and after a pancake breakfast and Morning Prayer (our daily devotional time … Continue reading May 25, 2017: Love me “tender”
Yesterday’s gamboling gusts were in a great rush to go somewhere; by this morning they had vacated Blake Island, and … Continue reading May 24, 2017: I was sure we had a can opener on board . . .
Brilliant sunshine dazzled our eyes and glittered on surrounding wavelets as we left Everett at about 9:30 am; I backed … Continue reading May 23, 2017: Yes, we finally left and are now back on Blake Island
A frenetic week filled with too many activities (two church services for Walt to lead at an Episcopal church in … Continue reading May 22, 2017: No, we haven’t left yet
The winds slept for most of Wednesday, as predicted, and we rose at about 8 am and said the Daily … Continue reading May 10, 2017: Back in the Everett Marina