Cambridge Cay – Hiding from Squirrely Winds
15 January 2022 | Cambridge Cay
Thursday January 13, 2022. We have been here several days already, to our benefit. We are on a solid mooring with good protection from the east winds, which blew at over 30 knots Tuesday night. Shawn did talk Jim into playing cards for an hour or two on Wednesday afternoon. Then the wind calmed down enough for us to leave the boat and visit our new friends Mike and Heather on Salvea. It was a great break!
Today we expect the wind to shift around to the west. Fortunately, we do have good protection from the west as well. It should not be too strong tonight, then it moves again. Saturday will be L and V (light and variable). A new weather force will kick in on Saturday night and Sunday. We have been warned to expect very strong winds from the west this weekend, so we are not going anywhere for several days.
Saturday, we plan to use the calm winds to snorkel at low tide at Rocky Dundas with Mike and Heather. Other than that, we will be hiking, running the water maker, washing clothes and playing cards. We both have good books!
Internet is very limited and unreliable, so updates to the blog will be limited through Tuesday, at least. Then we may move south.