21 January 2021 | Boynton
Sally | Sunny and Spectabular
We returned to the boat on Monday. We would have just stayed at the condo until our Thursday appointment but since out original plan was to come back on Monday neither of us had packed to stay that long. We decided to come back on Wednesday and plan to stay through the weekend. Hoping that the cable will be back up to watch Sunday's game. Right now as I type the tech is here and the cable is on life support. He's on the phone with advanced tech support. This is not encouraging.
The cable tech has left and we are waiting for the picture to appear. Supposedly some power on high is going to fix the issue remotely. I have his cell number to call if we don't have video within 15 minutes. He seemed most anxious to be on his way. I suspect no appointment should last more than two hours and now he is behind schedule. Nothing is simple these days! We finally got it up and running yeah!!!
On a good news front Scott has an appointment to get his first Covid vaccine. We got an email yesterday with new instructions on how to register for an appointment. Each individual has to register separately. I sent both of ours within 3 minutes of one another. Scott's was first and I suspect within those three minutes thousands could have gotten ahead of me in the queue. You might think they would want all eligible people from the same address together. Of course trying to handle the logistics of getting everyone who wants to be vaccinated is not an easy task. I won't get started on what Scott thinks of the whole issue.
I suppose I should write some boat related stuff since this is a sailing blog. I've started the port toe rail. Scott has started repairs on the salon hatch. Were both enjoying sitting in the cockpit with books, puzzles and people watching for amusement. There is a good amount of activity at the marina. Last weekend was the Stuart boat show. I was surprised they held it and even more surprised that it was well attended. I guess lots of folks are a little more relaxed than we are. We have been sticking to what has pretty much been our routine since March.
The picture was taken one morning when we had a heavy fog which happens rarely.