Superbowl Sunday! We head out to the marina in town to watch the game and of course, The Commercials. Tonight is Hans' last night, so of course, everyone must do at least one farewell shot! We get back to the boat around 10pm (which, let me remind you, is a late night for cruisers!) and immediately start packing away our 20 conch shells, trying to fit them safely in Hans' luggage. He has souvenirs and we have gifts, thank you for the delivery Hans!
Five thirty the next morning, the alarm goes off, bags are packed and Mike & Hans jump into the dingy to head into town so Hans can catch his 7:30 am flight to Nassau. I try to fall back asleep, but so much to do, I get out of bed, brew a cup of coffee and start the day.
Lots of cleaning and stowing is involved. We've eaten through a couple of our bins of food and I'm able to maximize space by re-shuffeling everything into less bins and shoving miscellaneous clutter into the newly emptied bins. Organizing, is a key skill required by sailors, luckily, I am pretty good at that, Mike is not. Packing our bins of food and the refrigerator is like playing a game of tetras.
Tomorrow morning, we are heading to Long Island, so today is full of last minute activities: internet, laundry, phone calls, grocery shopping, water, garbage drop off, calling cards, cleaning, stowing. It is a busy day! Who said we weren't busy??
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Stay tuned for news on Daubie's arrival (Mike's Dad), our crossing to Long Island, Boat food and Nelly's Chronicles.