Imagine our surprise when we saw our boat. What is wrong with this picture? Where is the mast?
I went on board to check things out and look for any bones I may have left behind from 2006.
Nothing down here.
We unloaded all our stuff and washed the boat. Aunt Donna is in charge of washing the cushions.
After the mast was put in the boat there were extra parts left over, Mommy and Daddy were not pleased.
The next day the guys from the marina and Daddy finished putting the extra parts back were they belonged. Mommy and Daddy spent the next day and half getting Sailor Dance ready for her maiden 2008 voyage.
With stuff everywhere I found a yummy bone to chew on so I wouldn’t be in the way.
When it was finally time to cast off, Daddy had a problem. Someone was occupying his captain’s seat.
I kept a sharp eye out for other boats.
All clear ahead Dad.
We passed by the Old Mill Restaurant which Asta should recognize from last summer. The nasty swans were nowhere to be seen.
Once we were clear of the Jetty it was time to plot our course.
After careful consideration I picked out the pawfect course, 280 degrees to Mount Sinai.
Hey Dad come to port a little the sails are luffing. Hmm smell that salty air.
I smell something good in the galley. I wonder what Mom is making for dinner?
This is a picture of our new harbor. This year Sailor Dance will be parked on a mooring in the middle of the harbor. A motor boat called a launch takes us to and from Sailor Dance.
Stay tuned for the rest of July…