Cruising is serious social.
10 August 2017
Tuesday night we went to the Round House Restaurant with a group of 12 cruisers. Jo from Serenade, organized a bus to get us to this unique, high end restaurant on Carriacou.
Wednesday morning we did water aerobics via noodle with a dozen cruisers. When we got back to Uproar, Lisa had "errands" to run. She took Sophie for shore leave, got dinghy gas and visited six boats. She had to return items left on Uproar from racing and retrieve other bits we left on friend's boats. She also had to make arrangements for the Thursday night Potkje (South African iron pot stew Liz from Moosetracks was making on the beach).
I visited Gary on Mai Tai to discuss my solar panels and get a plug from him to replace one that broke during a squall (the panel blew off and I barely caught it. But the plug and wires were damaged). He hooked me up with a spare. We decided to exchange a can of French Duck for an English pot pie!
Afternoon brought us to the Slipway for 3 hours of Mexican Train dominos with 8 friends. I was the big loser, not my day. Lisa came in third.
We had popcorn (popped in duck fat!) for dinner and watched a dumb movie, can't even remember the name as I write.
OK, that's a day in the life of a cruiser. We hang out with a lot of friends and have real contact with them, not texting!