The WIFI is decent but there are so many boats using it that it has been rather hit and miss. Today after many boats left I was able to go online and check my email and as a result found that if I worked quickly I could sneak in a blog post!
Here is a view of the docks from the cafe.
the way that we do
Meals are simple
our days have a lovely rhythm
rising after a restful sleep in our cozy bunk
coffee is the first order of business
Books are the main source of entertainment
and watching the boats come and go.
A leisurely walk perhaps
and a simple meal before bed.
Our small boat is the perfect size for two people.
The chores are quickly accomplished and there is ample time to just sit and enjoy the scenery.
Fried egg jelly fish which looked to me like something from outer space!
I am loving this new tote bag which was a gift from our lovely DIL's mom.
I am using it for my books and magazines.
We met a couple here at the marina that live in the Seattle area and it turns out she reads my blog!
Dennis and Nancy invited us aboard their boat for a visit
and we discovered that she and I have very similar tastes in books and she loves Paris and France.
It reminded me that we really do live in a very small world.
This tiny local Tree frog is no bigger than my thumb nail!
Bees were busy buzzing as we strolled by this shrubby plant.
Thistles line the roadside
Breakfast for this Hostess onboard is fresh fruit...
a juicy nectarine this morning with my coffee
I gave this book to Nancy to read as she was leaving...
we exchanged contact info and hope to meet up with them again...
perhaps at Otter Bay next summer.
I like having fresh flowers aboard...this lavender plant is my wee garden!
I must close for now as there are many more boats in the marina and the WIFI is getting slow...
Take care and Thank you for stopping by The Humble Bungalow Blog.