And a new bike bag…
This image looked much nicer in person showing the new sail overs and dodger!
Now we work our way around the boat to change the last of the burgundy paint to blue. The paint stripe at the deck level is called the sheer stripe, and the starboard side is now blue while the port side remains burgundy…
The yellow circle on the transom will have the Japanese lettering for Yume painted soon! Then, someday that same yellow will be used for a thin stripe just above the waterline blue. That must wait until we haul out again.
Anyone notice that Yume seems to be listing a bit to starboard (to the right)? That is because the port fuel tank and the port water tank is empty. You can really feel it when inside the boat and gets fixed quickly when it happens!
Shelly is working hard to keep up with our internet work, learning more about website management than she really wants. She is helping keep up all our customers sites as well as the paws4people foundation work.
Ryan is becoming famous (as he continually tells us he will) in his online world, having now created revenue for himself with his animations. I say – go for it!
You can see what he is doing here.
Saturday nights are fun as we join other boaters in the harbor dockside for a potluck and a jam session of local boater musicians. The crowd is very attentive and appreciative – besides being our age and older they know all the songs!
That is all the updates for the week from paradise. It is funny how things change. We are promising ourselves to try and take some time on the weekends to get the boat out of the harbor and enjoy the Keys some.
And Goose is ready to go in.