Weather on the radio was ‘tomorrow a break in the weather – sunshine – then back to rain for the next week’. Needless to say I hopped on Merva early and was out on Sechelt Inlet by 10am. The goal was to follow the sun and get some coding done. I decided to head into Porpoise Bay and eventually docked on the government launching dock. The sign said ’20 minutes maximum’ but seeing as it was winter and very quiet – I decided to stick around for a few hours.
It was cold out but Merva was now quite warm from the engine and the diesel stove. I cooked bacon and eggs on the way in and had a nice brunch.
Fired up my email soon after docking and prepared to get coding. However; an email reminder had me on a Zoom meeting with the Classic Yacht Association folks. I was thinking about joining via hot-spot from cell but found I was close enough to the Pub to get on their guest wifi hot spot.
After about an hour or so I got back to the idea of coding. However; there were people coming and going and I could not focus – so I returned to the boathouse.