We were the host boat for the noon and early afternoon group. People brought shrimp, salads, cooked ribs and corn, making quite a feast. One of the boats rafted up was a Herreshoff Mobjack, a classic wooden boat. I really like the old classic boats, and there is nothing quite like a wood boat. But the maintenance is huge, especially in this climate.
After the one group left, it was time for dinner with the next cruising group. They are more of a partying crowd, but promptly at 7 PM, the food and drink were packed up and everyone said good night.
By this time, we were exhausted. Amelia, our dog, had been petted and hugged a lot. She was ready to lie on her dog bed, which she promptly did when we got back to our boat.
Thus far, we have been lazing about. I took Amelia to shore. We'll get underway later, after a nap. I'm sorry to see the weekend go because I start sea school next week. It will be intense with a lot of cramming of information. I hope that I haven't forgotten how to cram!
What are you doing today that's fun? I hope the day is going well.