71 Days

What I did during my summer vacation…

Day 60 – Sail Prep!

And as any preparation goes (hurricane, sailing trip, picnic) there is a lot of food preparation. Today, Katie and I made 2 batches of brownies (sustenance people), a dozen muffins, a breakfast casserole and finally steak subs for supper. So we are partially prepared for a sailing trip tomorrow. We won’t starve, but running aground is a definite possibility.

Since our near-knockdown two years ago, I’ve been a sailing wimp. I hyperventilate when we get to over 15 degrees and that is pretty lame. So, I’m working on improving my sailing abilities by getting my crap in a bag. Bucking up. Eating a brownie and drinking an adult beverage when we start to slightly list will help!

So, we’ve got our Dollar General supplies packed, linens, towels, adult beverages and we’re ready for a great sail tomorrow. So, if you happen to be in Georgetown tomorrow, we’ll be docked behind the Big Tuna! Please stop by and see us on White Wing! Adventures : )

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