Monday, June 8, 2009
Here are some impressions from the weekend:
-Friday's winds were fresh and made for an exciting sail in the harbor.
-Saturday afternoon was stormy with a waterspout spotted near the Harbor. The winds around this waterspout were reported to be nearly 70 mph. Luckily, we didn't experience that at our sheltered anchorage.
-Saturday afternoon visiting with some other sailboat people turned into an impromptu dinner on board one of the larger boats.
-The dinner was fun with the exception of a tipsy woman who decided to vent her frustrations by spouting a bunch of sarcasm aimed at the other women.
-She succeeded in only embarrassing herself. No one else, not even her husband, decided to own her spewed stuff.
-Sunday was a gorgeous day with lots of sun, puffy cumulus clouds and fair winds.
-We found several shark's teeth and a spear head during our beach walk. It made me wonder what that man was thinking about as he chipped at making his weapon. Dating between 11,300 and 10,900 years ago, Clovis points are the earliest spear points from North America.
-Our solar shower produced water that was too hot to use. I found out the hard way. Yeow....
-The real shower back home was just right.
-Dinner later at my wife's parents house was enjoyable and relaxing.
-The sheets felt cool, and there were no mosquitoes buzzing around.
-I'm a bit tired but rejuvenated from sun, sand and sea.
-Tonight is home group with our topic being Tradition Six.
Have a good Monday.