Rainy weather yesterday meant that painting the weather deck had to be postponed.
That’s okay. There were still things that had to be done.
During my inspection, a number of fairy terns were flying above the bow of the ship and around the breadfruit tree:
I hadn’t checked the ullages in quite a while (yeah bad), so I made sure I did that. I was glad that it was cloudy or it would have been awfully hot and uncomfortable.
It wasn’t long before the sun made its appearance:
I considered staying longer to do some sweeping, but decided to call it a day (still lazy, I guess).
Walking to City Mill, I saw that the harbor tenant shuffle had begun in earnest.
Oil spill response vessels and barge are now where the Superferry barges were: