Friday 8/31 - (Bristol 2) Walking back from the museum I saw this beautifully restored 1930s or 40s Citroen. This was a car similar to the one the owner of the butcher shop around the corner from where I grew in Amsterdam in the 1950s had. It was rarely used and sat at the curb most of the time.
Citroen Traction Avant
On the dinghy ride back I circled around "Mahi Mahi", a Canadian flagged Cabo Rico 42 # 10, formerly called Katydid. This was the boat Fraser Smith had outside his office when I discussed ordering my new boat in November 2002. I spent an afternoon and part of the evening going through this boat in great detail to list of what I liked and what I want done differently on my boat.
For dinner I went to the Bristol Oyster Bar, which had great reviews on Yelp. It was quite crowded at the bar and catered more to the "pretty" people than old guys like me. They had a nice selection of oysters and the food was great.
Mahi Mahi, CR42 # 10