TOTAL MILES TRAVERLED TODAY: 0 NM
Dan’s day started out a little shaky and continued on in that vein. He discovered that he had not taken his lunch and phoned me to either bring it join him for lunch. After a thorough search of all the likely places he might have set his lunch, I, just by chance, looked in the trash receptacle by our sidewalk power hook up. Sure enough, he had inadvertently placed it there thinking it was the morning trash. I salvaged my glass dish a tossed the rest then picked him up for a lunch with six of his classmates and the teacher.
During lunch, boating stories flew around the table while the skies became dark and the rain dropped in buckets. We were drenched just walking to the car and it had let up considerably! Back at the school, Dan found that due to a nearby tornado the power was off at the school and they had to do their reading and review for tomorrow’s test in a rather dark room.
One of the guys in class, Adam, alerted Dan thet he would be piloting the New Moon II past our Quest this evening while taking her back up river to the storage marina. Seems the owners that were onboard last weekend don’t like to be stuck up there and it was Adam’s job to reposition her now that they were no longer in residence. He gave us a wave and a shout as he motored past us.
|NEW MOON II COMING AROUND THE BEND|
|SCOTT PILOTING THE NEW MOON II|