Where Next?
Bob Williams
Fri 28 May 2010 03:05
Position: At anchor Puerto Eden
Weather: Overcast, cool

Today's objectives have been all of a logistical bent - fuel, supples and very importantly getting some much overdue laundry done. I guess two out of three isn't too bad but the one we have currently drawn a blank on, namely fuel, is the most important of all. Puerto Eden has no fuel to sell us right now. Don Juan is looking into it for us and we, Persimmon and I are hoping for some good news tomorrow. Until then we shall just have to wait.

I have very much enjoyed socializing with the crew of Persimmon again, they are all very nice people who enjoy a good conversation so I have spent much of the day on board their more spacious craft, as well as their company enjoying their food and wine and a game of backgammon and chess.

All is well.

Bob Cat:

It has been a nice quiet day today, a bit cold and lonely here by myself nearly all day, but at least didn't have to worry about simply hanging on and trying not to be thrown across the room, I mean cabin, saloon or whatever we salty sea cats are supposed to call our floating accommodations.

The skipper is now back, the heater is on, time for .. Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz.