To see as much of the world as we can,
Using the smallest carbon footprint we can,
Spending the least amount of money we can,
Making as many friends we can.

Team Red Cruising

Co-Workers Sailing Day and the Banana Hammock

The two are unrelated.

Saturday, we packed ten guests onto Red Ranger, and sailed around Herring Bay. Pictures? Sorry. Too busy schmoozing to actually take any pictures. It was hot and sunny with wind that barely reached 8 knots. We drifted around pleasantly. Gybed once to avoid the fish traps.

CA Ties String Bags
The Bannana Hammock

Sunday, I build banana hammocks for CA.

Three mesh bags hanging from ¼" line. Since the handles are loops, a sheet bend works really well to position the bags.

The orange one might be a little close to the vertical support, and I've since moved it a few inches outboard.

And yes, there's also a giant rope around the support — that runs the length of the saloon and is a thing to hold onto in a badly-pitching sea.

Sunday we puttered around doing a lot of little things most of it was cleaning. Some of it was little home improvements.