New jib, more sewing
13 November 2015
Well they say cruising is really repairing your boat in various exotic ports. On our last little excursion we blew out the jib and found a leak in the transmission. Well a new jib is now on order. It will be nice to have a fresh sail to take us wherever we want to go. We have the new seals for the transmission and "just" need to get them installed. Then there's the bottom paint, etc., etc. but at least those other jobs won't stop us from short runs to the neighboring islands.
For now I'm content with more sewing projects. Here are some new shoe holders to keep the cockpit from being cluttered.
Tomorrow the Grenada hash house harriers will be running in/near the Grand Etang national forest. It should be spectacular and I'll be there if I can arrange transportation. That plus daily swimming and yoga twice a week keep me fit and happy. Not a bad way to live.