Summer in Baltimore - 2017
Jul 15 thru Jul 18
|These projects required that we remove most of the contents of |
our starboard cockpit locker and all of the things
we normally store in the quarter berth.
|The only boat project work we did today was to make a template |
for the cushions that will be used on the cockpit seat
extensions. (Again, the cockpit seat extensions
will only be used when sleeping
in the cockpit.)
|Our new GRIP light is about the size of a conventional household |
switch plate and is about one inch thick. It costs
less than $5 at West Marine stores.
|Riced cauliflower can be used to create very low carb dishes |
in many ways--the simplest is as a dish of rice.
We're using an app on our iPhones/iPads to track our carbs. At the end of our first day, we ended a little over our goal (mine is 22 grams of carbs per day) but we believe the diet is doable and we were not hungry at the end of the first day.
July 18 (Tuesday) started with a lot better day for our low-carb diet--Maggie made scrambled eggs with a slice of cheddar cheese and a couple slices of bacon and it was only 1.8 grams of carbohydrates (less than one tenth of my daily goal). We had doctors visits and dental visits in Annapolis this afternoon which meant we accomplished very little otherwise. Let's hope tomorrow is more productive...stay tuned!
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