The morning started off nicely enough. The sun was out. The harbor water was clear and calm.
Sanding, but no varnishing due to the threat of rain. Bummer.
Paul’s been busy…new box!
Matson’s Mokihana turned (complete with blast from her horn) just off of FOC’s stern. I had a good view from the poop deck:
If you’ve been following my blog for a while, you may have read about the opportunity I had to go aboard Mokihana with Captain Ed Enos and of the aloha that Mokihana’s Captain Jim Hill has for FOC. Captain Enos was the pilot on Mokihana today and confirmed that the horn was for FOC. Thank you, Captain Hill!
MELL Sudong leaving the harbor:
Oops. Where did the sun go? I really should read the weather report.
Rather sickly, tri-color sky:
Aside from a few brief, light showers, the rain held off. I should have applied the varnish…