We rode the flood tide down, so arrived early and just sipped fuel on the way down there. I think Jeff said he burned 2 gallons to cover the 30+ miles. Now THAT is thrifty! 😉
I did get a kick out of watching Jeff and Ela load their BIG dogs in their not-so-big dingy! It was really funny when they took the dogs up to Jarrell’s Cove for a run (about a 90 minute run each way). When they arrived back at Sea Eagle, both dogs were sound asleep in the dingy (see photo). Zzzzzzzzz!
Saturday, the rest of the boats arrived after digging fresh clams at Hope Island. Craig Brown added hand made Fettucini and with help from Teri and Jim we had a huge meal of fresh seafood pasta!
Sunday night, it rained, so everyone piled aboard the Nordhavn for Carne Asada, lots of salads and lots of fun. Of course what happens on Sea Eagle stays on Sea Eagle, so those pictures had to be deleted….
I also heard a knock on the transom during the rainy day, only to find two kayakers asking if I could tow a disabled vessel up to Indian Cove.There was an elderly couple with a day boat that had broken down. The 5 mile tow (in the dingy) took a little over an hour and we were very wet by the time we returned to Sea Eagle, but I was glad to be able to help out.