Saturday June 29, 2013
Hazy sunrise at Denny’s Beach
Last night we had a storm that rocked the boat and had everyone running around at 5:30 am with worries that the anchor was dragging. Did I forget to mention that it already did it once after we got back to the boat last evening? Luckily we were all here and with the work of all five of us boaters we were able to get it secure again after about three attempts, rain pouring down and blinding all of us that were up on deck, shouting directions to Luis. We were lucky this morning when it did not drag, but after hearing foot steps clattering up around on the main floor and having some water somehow run across the ceiling of our cabin and drip right on my face, we decided we should join the rest of the crew to make sure everything was it should be.
The rest of the afternoon didn’t hold too much excitement, a stop in a little town called El Dorado before we made it back to Fronteras and the marina. So instead of going into a spiel on what little happened, I’ll instead capture the day with captions.
Cake for breakfast!
Lancha ride to town…with a banana boat on top?
Dock leading to Hydromax at anchor
Nicole and Luis, waiting for breakfast
Kitten on a roof
Kitten in a chair
Time to head home