This was our first “free” weekend where we weren’t preparing the boat or ourselves for a US Sailing certification of some kind. Finally, we could just do whatever we wanted to do! We had some thoughts about joining Club Nautique for their four bay cruise down to Monterrey, but Rick wasn’t able to get Friday off work. We hate “forfeiting” a 3 day holiday weekend by just staying around the bay, but frankly, it was a relief to not be in a hurry to go off somewhere again. And with my impending shoulder surgery, I didn’t want to risk straining or injuring myself on that long trip.
I do show a partial Navionics track on Sunday, May 26th starting at 1300, and I am sure we made a full day of it on the bay, but what I mostly recall from this weekend is the tremendous number of jobs we managed to accomplish on the boat! We had so many little jobs sitting around that weren’t high priorities, but we really wanted to get done. They had been postponed because they weren’t US Sailing requirements; but we wanted them finished nevertheless. We were able to do them in our leisure, with no pressure to finish. Here they are: