s/v Skylark

It's Always An Adventure

16 October 2016 | Camden, Maine
16 October 2016 | Bethel, Maine
06 October 2016 | Bethel, Maine
06 October 2016 | Bethel, Maine
06 October 2016 | Bethel, Maine
02 October 2016 | Bethel, Maine
21 September 2016 | Bethel, Maine
11 September 2016 | Scituate, MA
02 September 2016 | Yarmouth ME
02 September 2016 | Bethel, Maine
27 August 2016 | Bethel, Maine
22 August 2016 | Hope Maine
14 August 2016 | Hope, Maine
14 August 2016 | Rockland ME
14 August 2016 | Rockland ME
14 August 2016 | Yarmouth ME
14 August 2016 | Yarmouth ME
10 August 2016 | Maine
04 August 2016 | Howard Pond, Maine
30 July 2016 | Bethel, Maine

Still here in the creek

30 October 2011 | Sarah Creek
Happy Birthday, Lyndall! Yesterday was pretty brutal for anyone sitting at anchor in a boat with no heat, with a dog who has "needs" and a dinghy whose engine HATES the cold. Did I mention the wicked wind? To be perfectly honest, we do have a little propane heater which we ran yesterday, and it's on right now heating up the main salon. It ran out of propane yesterday forcing us to take the dinghy over to the marina in the cold, wind & rain, borrow the marina car and trek over to WalMart for propane bottles and winter gloves for the captain. The best part of the trip was the the liquor store we passed on the way home. A little decaf coffee after dinner helped warm our bones and we watched "Captain Ron" last night on our computer which was pretty darned funny (we'd seen it long ago). Our berth is mighty cold though, the "I can see my breath!" kind of cold when we're lying there. I am definitely not a fan of cold, in fact as I get older, neither am I a fan of heat. Today was lovely which makes everything seem better. I walked Luna this morning, did 2 loads of laundry over at the marina while Ed worked on the inner forestay. Tomorrow the welder comes and Tuesday brings more crummy weather. We still can't decide what to do, when to do it or where to go. We'll figure it out within the next day or so. I think we'll probably be here another couple of days, but who knows?

Dinner tonight is leftover chili and the last of sundried tomato bread given to us by Leighia. Tomorrow I hope to finish up any grocery shopping and start cooking/freezing. I never got to it today. Or yesterday for that matter. I am still waiting for that hired help person to get here. I think he's tall, dark and handsome, but I might have imagined that.
Vessel Name: Skylark
Vessel Make/Model: Bristol 41.1CC 1985
Hailing Port: Boothbay Harbor, Maine
Crew: Ed Easter, Elizabeth Meadows and Luna the dog
About: Ed, Elizabeth and Luna the dog lived for many years in Charlotte, NC. They started their live aboard experience in Charleston, SC in June 2011, cutting the lines one month later. They have been living the cruiser's life ever since.
Skylark is a USA documented vessel and is legally identified by her name "Skylark" and hailing port "Boothbay Harbor". Since our purchase of her in 2008 she had been moored in Tenants Harbor ME '08, Rockland ME '09 and Charleston SC for the 2010 and early 2011 season. After that follow the blog [...]
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