Rather more South in the wind than is ideal for a solo rowing boat already halfway up the coast of M and with 750 nauties still to chalk off. So, Bob was deployed earlier this afternoon as our Northage was happening more rapidly than we were making ground West towards the beach.
The strong stuff should arrive soonish, with more East in it, so we shouldn’t be bobbing for too long.
Meanwhile there’s an orchestra out on the Sun Deck playing some lovely gentle stuff…Serenade for Strings, the Moonlight Sonata etc – while surrounded by a beautifully soft sunset morphing through pastel blues, peaches, golds and pinks. And soon all my starry friends will be up and getting ready for their show. Wonderful. Literally, I am full of wonder at it all. Everything such a treat – I even saw another lunar rainbow the other night! *Sighs* I shall miss them all when I’m back in the real world… and my miles to enjoy them are running out. In a couple of days we’ll be in the 60s and munching towards the ‘500 to go’ sign.
Better sign off, Mozart is playing his Clarinet Concerto next and it’s my favourite.
From under the pastel tent,
S, D, Bob & Mozart x x x