|View to east from the island anchorage|
As always, click on any image for larger view.
|View from island anchorage looking toward airport|
Here are a few examples of our views from the island anchorage. Often we are the only sailboat here as most of the boats appear to be motor yachts, some of which are quite large and luxurious; others very modest. They just do not 'get' the joke of sailing.
|View from island anchorage looking towards entrance|
to westernmost bay (Kotor) and towards Tivat.
Must say once again, this is a beautiful place. Surrounded by mountains 1700 meters high (over 5500 ft). Hot during the days...maybe mid to high 80sF; and cool (cold!) at night...waking to temps inside the boat ~66F each morning. Perfect!
|View from island anchorage looking back to bay entrance|
|View of the island where we enjoyed anchoring|
|Elisabeth inside the lazarette|
digging out kayak bag
A few days ago we finally dug out the kayak.
|Part of the stuff we had to remove to get to the kayak.|
This all fit into less than 1/2 of that large cockpit locker.
|Zachary using foot pedal|
thing to inflate kayak
|Locating all the places to inflate different sections|
|Putting the 2 seats into place. Everyone helped. My job came last.|
|Off for some 'alone' time.|
|She can swim but prefers using noodles or aqua-jogger.|
Or just hanging onto a fender tied on a long line.
Elisabeth is swimming better this year but she still prefers to have a noodle or some sort of flotation device because she despises putting her head underwater.
Cannot fault her for that. I also do not like it. Snorkeling is always fun but it takes an act of congress to get me to put my face into the water. There is just something yucky about that water entering the ears!
|Loving cousins? She was freezing after swimming and|
he was warming her up.
|Our $11 jar of peanut butter|
|Isn't this just too adorable! A mini-submarine! We want one!|
|No idea what these are but we ate them anyway. Thought|
they were scallops when purchased because were
placed in package in such a way that only the white
tops were visible. Definitely not scallops!
Seemed to be a type of squid.