Put some heart and thoughts into Friday, look around 👀 the day filled with much lightness and mindfulness.
You are always the one thoughtful friend @savoix that put the extra effort to pick up the frangipani down the garden, and place them on our sunbath. Thanks babe 💗
Captain's Log Day 3 (a day late): At 1000 in Rockland we took on the full crew and caught early morning winds through Penobscot Bay before having to motor into North Haven.
The morning was just bully, with many purposeful porpoises spotted off the starboard side under full sail.
At 1330, a mile out from North Haven, co-captain sent captain back in the water for the 3rd day in a row, this time due to a heavy amount of seaweed that had entangled itself around the prop. Fortunately no knife was needed for the removal and captain avoided cutting himself for the first time.
North Haven got high marks from the whole crew and we amazingly bumped into friends at the local ice cream eatablishment ( @carissa_whitb your parents!) Co-captain informed crew she wanted to move to North Haven and the crew, despite agreeing it was tops, also agreed that we would all miss her.
After North Haven we set out across the bay to Stonington. Co-captain has a heavy trigger finger and caused the engine to overheat twice, leaving us dead to rights in a sea of loberstrap peril. Captain informed co-captain that you can not take the engine above 3.5 NM without overheating her. Co-captain said she only had her at 3.4 NM. Captain did not believe the authenticity of co-captain's report but requested co-captain to not take her above 3.3 NM then. Going was slow under motor.
Never have we seen so many lobster trap mines as we did on the way to Stonington. Dodging the 2 trap tie-ups took the eyes of the whole crew to make sure we didn't snag any lines; we wanted no part of incurring the legendary wrath of the Stonington lobstermen. The co-captain was at the helm for the bulk of the affair and earned the respect of her whole crew.
At 1800 we arrived in Stonington. We disembarked and headed out for dinner and another round of ice cream, before returning to our floating camp. The islands around Stonington were beautiful and got us all looking forward to our ultimate destination: Northwards (Eastwards) to Acadia!
A simple, yet, elegant pool built by our team. Whether you jump in to cool off from the summer or relax in the hot spa in the winter, this pool offers year round use. It has ledges to sit or stand on while the kids splash water around. We installed an outdoor kitchen giving them even more options for their next party. We matched every aspect of this beautiful pool with their home and the residents love it. "Its a wonderful pool and the kids love it!" - Resident