It has been blowing pretty good last night, but the marina is very protected.
Last night, we went out to Ironsides last night with Andrew and Susan.
|Hanging out on Waterdancer|
|Walking the dogs|
We Then we hang out on Waterdancer, walked the dogs, and enjoyed the cockpit. It was cozy to enjoy a glass of champagne while the snow started coming down. The 20,000 BTU propane heater made it actually a pretty cozy to be under the shrinkwrap n the cockpit. Next year I should build more windows.
|Enjoying a champagne in the cockpit|
|With the 20,000 BTU heater|
|Waterdancer's shrink wrap is holding|
|The ramp did not fare as well|
We spent the night rocking and rolling with the 40 knot gusts.
The snow really started coming down after midnight. It is still snowing as I post this. The shrinkwrap is holding, faring much better that the shrinkwrap over the ramp. I actually love these snow days. One of the good things about living aboard is that you don't have to shovel any snow.
|A Catalina under snow|
I took a walk over to D dock to check on Jose's boat. He has a remote thermometer on his stern, so it is easy to check if the heater in his engine compartment is working. We are planning to take a walk with the dogs and then go up to Max and Dylan's to see what is up there.
At the end we went to Mark's boat, had some sangria and chatted the night away.