It's a quiet pace and we keep the days simple.
Meal times are 10am 2pm and 8pm...
it just feels right when on vacation to sleep late
and our bed is ever so cozy.
Our boat is 35 feet but inside is a compact space
with bunks in the V berth, a dinette in the salon and a settee.
There is not a lot of storage space so one needs to stow things carefully and keep clutter to a minimum.
The galley consists of a 2 burner stove and a fridge and a small wash basin.
The head has a shower, sink and toilet.
Most of the living space is outside on the back deck.
So we are fair weather cruisers!
our dinette and garden roses
love the sea theme aboard
when we were kids we'd pull starfish off the rocks and study them
we'd also fish for shiners at the dock pilings
catch them and put them in buckets before releasing them
aqua and sea glass green
lemons and limes to ward off scurvy!
lemonade and limeade
I pop them in a glass of water to add flavour.
I found these Persols in the basket under my sun hats.
I'd completely forgotten that I still had these.
They are polarized which is so necessary for the glare from the sun as it reflects off the ocean.
Here is where I sit to blog.
As I closed the pages on Rules of Civility I wished that I was just starting it again.
It's was a fabulous novel.
Here's a little fluff read
to keep me entertained...
But then there is
watching the Ospreys, Blue Herons and Eagles
the Farmer's Market
evening cruises in the dingy
lots of action.
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Must close for now
the sun is shining
and there's a book calling my name.
I'll post again in a few days...
thanks for stopping by.