Yesterday started with my usual walk around the ship to make sure all is well.
No dead things, but the birds are still bringing their snacks aboard:
Close up of collection:
The morning was a perfect one for work on deck. Overcast, but no rain, and a nice cool breeze.
Back to sanding and varnishing on the fo’c'sle head:
Taking a break:
Happy corals and yellow tangs.
Weed growing by the port cathead:
First coat of varnish much later in the day:
Shame the rest of the deck is in such poor shape.
One of our volunteers has done a superb job creating order out of chaos in the tool room and area behind the “cage”:
It’s so much better than what it was and I’m very happy!
Kaye, we found your name tag:
An imperfect view of the outside world:
Speaking of the outside world, life in Honolulu Harbor goes on.
Mana‘o going to pick up some people:
And heading out, passing Horizon Pacific:
In the background to the left is Manoa, which arrived a short time later:
Looks like someone messed with one of Kulamanu’s lines:
Challenge Premier leaving:
A group of pics of Horizon Pacific as she was leaving Pier 1 and turning around to head to Pier 51:
Sun setting behind the Wai‘anae range. Time to go home!