|notice the turn you have to make at the bottom of the ramp|
At the boat yard, we talked to the manager about having some work done on our prop. There is a vibration that could be caused by a variety of things. The boat would have to be hauled out of the water and we’d have to get a room somewhere. (maybe time for another road trip.) With their schedule and the Holidays, it may be the middle of January before they could work on it. So we’ll line things up and see where we still plan to be here.
We found out Dave is being assigned to a local ophthalmologist, so we are waiting to hear from them, or we will receive a letter with their information to call them. Well the letter will go to our mail forwarding service and then we’ll have it sent here. So no plans can be made yet. If we decide to move the boat further south, we’ll check into having the prop fixed there. But it should be done before we go to the Bahamas.
Tonight they had “Deck the Hull” in the marina. The boats were judged for 3 places for best decorations. The winners will receive a month free at the marina. Obviously, the people that decorated live in the area. There is no way you would be able to store those decorations on board. Right from the cockpit of our boat, you could see 4 decorated boats. It was a beautiful still night, so the reflections in the water were very pretty. I only use my cell phone, so the picture really didn’t do it justice. But it was very festive.
|before the show|