Posts Tagged “Sailing”
Sucia Island to port. Echo Bay inside it is lovely anchoring, but in this weather (sunny, mid 70s) I think it’s going to be packed!
Out of Blaine, the wind starting to pick up, making our flag flag pretty, and behind us Surrey, BC, Canada.
Chris helped me raise the sails, we cut engines, and are sailing nicely. I need to pick the wind angle and trim sails, but good sailing weather!
We got out and we’re out on the water. Chris and Molly are relaxing and taking pictures after the hard crew work of getting out of the harbor.
I’m taking a long-time friend and his granddaughter sailing. We got to Vingilótë, pumped out black water tanks, and, as it has been so hot, empty and refill the water tanks. We were so busy we missed sundowners! So now it’s time for a Belgian Lambiek. I’m thinking the cherry.
Despite the heat (97 degrees Fahrenheit, 36 degrees Celsius), Strut is out on the back deck of Vingilótë, ready to repel boarders. Spring is overseeing from the couch:
97 degrees Fahrenheit, 38% humidity, and only 3 mph wind, making it feel like 102 degrees Fahrenheit!
It’s 91 degrees Fahrenheit (32.7 degrees Celsius), with 45% humidity, for a heat index of 97 degrees Fahrenheit. There is no wind. At all. It’s hot. We have everything closed up, all the screens closed, all the air conditioners running (Vingilótë has 10kBTU air conditioning in each of the three cabins and 16kBTU in the…