And shelving gives everything else a place to go. We’re working on the sea rails right now, so things won’t slide off the front.
It feels good to have one of those projects done that aren’t very “Important” in the grand scheme of things, but that make things function more smoothly.
I don’t think I’ll ever be able to sell this boat. After all the work we’ve put into making things luxurious and functional, I’d have a hard time starting over with another vessel that just couldn’t compare to this old girl.
Update: Fixed sea rails added now so that things won’t slide about when we’re underway
It was a lovely trip; I’d like to say pictures will follow, but we’re doing a few KJ projects today and it’s more like that I will post pictures of that rather than the trip. We shall see; I may get a chance to add them.
|There were thousands of jellyfish in Tod Inlet; I’ve never seen such a biomass. Brock thought there was a sand reef behind us as we anchored until the prop wash sent it rolling around in the water, swooshing jellyfish everywhere.|
|Tod Inlet was gorgeous and peaceful. We went to Butchart Gardens via dinghy.|
|Well, after we hung out onboard in the sunshine for a while…|
|We found time for gelato|
|Tea at Hastings House on Saltspring with the folks was lovely,|
|as was a drive to Mt Mitchell and the views of the surrounding islands (on a dirt road with moguls…in the Mercedes)|
|Small farmer stands were all over and operated on the honor system|
|Wallace Island needed a Katherine Jane sign,, so I made one|
|Brock hung it on the cabin at Conover Cove|
|Typical Northwest evening in the San Juans on the way back home|