After doing my usual walk around the ship, I spent the rest of yesterday working on organizing the information and photos I compiled for the mooring line project. I was the only one on the ship, so I was able to get work done without any disruptions.
It was helpful being on the ship, as I was able to step out on deck to look at things to clarify my notes.
My brain not being as sharp as it used to be due to age, I find spreadsheets very useful these days.
Google Maps gives a fairly decent view of the overall pier and how the lines are set up:
Due to everything that’s happened over the past few months, it has been quite a while since I’ve felt so much at peace on the ship. No drama…just happy contentment.
It was a quiet day in the harbor as well. Mostly tug/barge traffic.
Line being passed from Kokua to Mauna Loa: