These cheerful burgees hang from the rafters in the Marina Pavilion
from near and far...
I blogged from here...
there was a power outlet and the WiFi signal was strong.
I walked about head up high, and looked at every burgee...
was quite a dizzying experience...
Check out this great Chris Craft
James has lovingly restored this vintage vessel.
There is a kinship among boaters
it doesn't matter if you have the largest yacht or the smallest tender
there is a commonality of spirit and a keeness to share and assist.
There's an ease on the dock
greetings and meetings of strangers
a casual calm
the melting away of tensions
it's as it should be
My wee bit of garden onboard keeps my green thumb content.
I am mad about Basil!
I use it in many recipes and absolutley LOVE the scent.
Morning routines are followed...
Coffee is the first order of business
It starts slowly
after a good nights sleep in the V berth
I sleep so soundly onboard
cozy and snug
the gentle ocean action calms and lulls
getting up can be difficult!
Breakfast is simple
sauteed onions, potatoes, tomatoes and scrambled eggs
one pot wonder-ful!
The galley crockery
vintage restaurant ware
I call this the wave pattern...
are you feeling the waves?
Speaking of water...
I have been staying hydrated with lemonade
homemade simply with fresh lemons water and a wee bit of sugar
lapping it up...
Pottery Bowl from Orcas Island, Washington
from a previous cruise
Will be moored back at the Humble Bungalow for awhile
tending to weeds
preparing for the next adventure on the high seas...