|Another beautiful sunrise - or is it a sunset? |
Must be a sunset since it is front of the boat!
|Washing dishes on deck in salt water because the|
water maker is acting up. No showers for a while!
|We "caught" this little red fish in our anchor rode, so |
we decided it needed to be on a Ritz!
|A gift from the giant squid! It tossed a flying fish right|
into our head sink through an open porthole one night!
The highlight of the days is watching the sunrise and sunset. Always spectacular and even more so when there are clouds around reflecting the pink and orange colors. Thank goodness for digital photograph since I entertain myself with taking hundreds of photos and then screening them for the ones I want to keep. Other than sun and clouds there is little else to capture except our crew in action – or inaction.
|Our medium air asymmetrical|
You Know You Have Been At Sea Too Long When:
· You change sails a couple of times a day for something to do!
· You are dreaming of a Chick-fil-a milkshake and start looking for a drive-through.
· You try to speak in French, Spanish or any other language you make up.
· Men are reading my cookbooks.
· You start saying: if you don’t stop doing that, I am going to have to stop this boat (car) …
· Taking in a 40” yellow fin tuna for 2 hours isn’t boring.
· You start calling yourself by other boat names (as in Mojumbo, Tom) and you scream it out in the middle of the night
|Our light air asymmetrical|
· You start telling scary cockpit stories about the giant squid lurking behind the boat during night watches. It throws little flying fish onto the deck to lure the watchman into its grip!
· You start speaking with every accent you have heard among the foreign fleet and the local populations.
· You try baking something at a 15 degree angle and have to turn the pan every few minutes. (I hate using the oven because it produces so much heat in the cabin.)
And there were some more that should not be in print!