A Weekend in Marsh Harbour - 2017
Apr 22 & 23
|Marsh Harbor at dusk on Friday, April 21, 2017.|
One of my weekend projects was repairing the shower grate. The grate was mistakingly positioned (after cleaning) so that when I stepped on it a couple weeks ago, the end board broke off. This happened previously--several years ago and I repaired it then too.
|The repaired shower grate is sitting on the starboard |
cockpit seat prior to re-installing.
We went out for lunch at Wally's Restaurant in Marsh Harbour, which has always had excellent food. We've gone a couple of times now. I tried their special of the day, chicken souse (rhymes with "mouse"). It is similar to a stew but it is water-based. Chicken pieces are boiled with potatoes and carrots (and probably some celery and onions) until everything is soft. It was very good but the chicken parts were very small, almost like a Cornish game hen or a pigeon. I'm not sure that I would order it again.
The clouds rolled in during the late afternoon. It is clear that we are going to get a lot of rain tomorrow. We're stocked up on kindle books!
The sky is completely overcast this morning, Sunday, April 23, as we expect it to rain all day. The Cruiser's Net is just coming alive on channel 68 and the hot water is heating up on the galley stove. After having delicious French toast that Maggie made using coconut bread we bought at the Island Bakery in Marsh Harbour, we organized some things on the boat as we looked for my lost stylus--it is used to make sketches on my iPad. We never found my stylus--I know it's on the boat somewhere.
|This is Captain Jack's idea of what to do on a |
rainy day (or a sunny day for that matter).
Tomorrow we head for Great Guana Cay--it's only 7-1/2 miles away, across the Sea of Abaco. Stay tuned...
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