Izzy has that look again. “Did I just see a dead pig float by?” It wasn’t a dead pig but there was a coconut bobbing in the current as the tide slowly sweeps through the anchorage.
We had a rainy day, all-day bands of rain crossed overhead constantly changing the quality of the light and robbing us of much needed solar energy. By the end of the day we would have to fire up the generator and hope that the battery charger works.
The new charger is on its way to our friends’ house in Surfside, FL. If packages for Escape Velocity start showing up at your address, you can expect us to make an appearance in the near future. You have been warned.
As I said, it rained on and off all day which tends to limit on-shore activities. It’s not that you can’t dinghy into the dinghy dock but you will get wet. The bikes are also less fun in the rain but at the end of the day, when the reward is a double rainbow over Stuart, it’s hard to complain.