New Year’s Day 2021
The marina had it’s first function for us since the start of the Covid 19 pandemic. We had an oyster feed. There was a raw table and a steamed table. They were delicious. And it was a beautiful day.
When we were in Rhode Island, they served Mignonette sauce with their oysters. I decided to make my own and it was a big hit. I used red wine vinegar, shallots and hot sauce.
Dave mounted 4 lights on our aft arch, 2 facing to the back of the boat and 2 forward along the sides of the boat. They are mostly for security, but also useful if we are anchoring in the dark.
January 4, 2021, we had a fun gathering of girlfriends to celebrated Deby’s 60th birthday. She turned us on to Skrewball whiskey, peanut butter flavored.
January 11, 2021. A group of boaters from our marina took our dinghies to a nearby restaurant, Marshside Grill. It is usually about a 30 minute ride, but it took us about an hour because one boater had trouble with his outboard motor. This is a good time to check how they are running. It was a beautiful day to be out on the water.
|sailing lessons back at the marina|
January 25, another dinghy ride to Marshside Grill.
January 18, ladies luncheon. We try to have a small gathering once a month to get to know each other better.
|everyone contributed to the Bloody Mary Bar|
After living on the boat with us for 18 months, Pete moved into a house in Brunswick. He found a home with other people where he rents a bedroom and shares the common area. It's a great way to share expenses until he finds someone he would want to share a place with, or can afford a place by himself. It really has been fun sharing close quarters with him after so many years of living in different states.
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