Heatwave

maria | September 11, 2013 | COMMENTS:Comments Closed
Sunset at Henry Harbor

Sunset at Henry Harbor

Remember how I said a cruiser’s plans are written in the sand at low tide? We originally planned to spend a few days tied up in Henry and visiting with Maria’s family in Princeton. Then we saw the weather forecast calling for 93, 95 and 97 degree days!

Our two lovely cats, Pudgy and Grace would have turned into cat jerky in that kind of heat on our little boat. Thanks to Maria’s cousin Dianna loaning us her car, we retreated to a motel to enjoy air conditioning and a queen sized bed for a few days.

It’s been a good time to catch up on job work, errand running, and TV watching. We’ve had a chance to meet baby Clara and welcome baby Everly to the world. We’ve also had some wonderful meals cooked by Dianna and Aunt Irene.

Obviously, this delay puts us behind where we were hoping to be, but that is way these things go. We’ve come up with plans B, C, D, E and F. G is waiting in the background. Little by little we will get there.

These geese spent the night near our boat and would leave at sunrise every morning.

Tied to the old lock wall at Henry Harbor

Tied to the old lock wall at Henry Harbor

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