Well we’ve been in Edgartown for a week but for several days we didn’t leave the cabin except to check mooring lines. The run of bad weather has past and we are taking off today and will be working our way back to NY. We are in the process of buying a house in the Adirondacks (getting paperword done from a boat sure is fun) and I am looking forward to settling into it for the winter. After rationalizing that I didn’t need and wouldn’t miss my stuff (life’s possessions) that I packed away in storage more than a year ago, I am looking forward to reuniting with it. Actually, I can’t even remember what is there and, except for old photographs, have found that I certainly don’t need it. I am looking forward to getting back to my spinning wheel and working on the fleece I have already scoured from Terhune orchards.
Photos to follow. I’ve been waking early lately and saw a house alit with yellow with pink skies (not red). It’s nice to see some blue for a change. I’ve worked out a new Beaufort scale for wind speed. At 15 knots the cat litter blows out of the box when it’s on the trampoline. At 20 knots, Shirley’s ears get pinned back and she can’t walk against it. At 40 knots I like to sleep or listen to my ipod, loudly.