Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Makin' Hay

The aCappella crew spent several days at Morehead City Yacht Basin waiting for weather. It was a great place to be. The marina is terrific, there's a field where the crew can chase a bumper, and we were joined by lots of friends including numerous boats from the Krogen rendezvous.

Tuesday morning the weather window came and we joined the parade of boats leaving the marina at first light. It was finally our first offshore run since returning to the boat. 

Dylan and Dee Dee fell right into the routine. It was one of those wonderful times when the conditions were even better than the predictions. So by mid-afternoon we started looking at the overnight forecast and decided to keep on going to Charleston.

You have to make hay when the sun shines.

It's now 4:32 am and the conditions are fine. Dylan and Dee Dee are sleeping here in the pilothouse while their dad sleeps below. In a few hours the sun will rise. As soon as we have a faster internet connection we'll upload the crew's blog and pics.

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