Workday again! Working from “home” on the boat is actually quite nice. I get up and start work early in the morning, mainly due to the time difference with my European customer, then by 15:00 I am free and can enjoy some sunshine before the day draws to a close. There's no commute time, no need to get dressed up or even to shave before hitting the keyboard and logging in to the secure site. But it is a rather strange sensation to be on the boat, which is the symbol of freedom, and be bound to such things as time schedules and meetings!
After work today I did some work on the boat including finally splicing my black dinghy towline and then joined the crew of Aria at Saba Rock for some conversation and sundowners. Dinner was some thawed out burgers served on toasted baguettes, since I'm out of bread and had to thaw the baguette.

Eye splice and whipping I spliced a plastic eye to this black poly line which will be my dinghy towline.
(2014-05-26 16:38:19 NIKON D7100 with a "18.0-250.0 mm f/3.5-6.3" lens. [f/8.0, 1/160s] ISO 200)
Eye splice and whipping
Vintage racer ashore This vintage raceboat, which was on display at Saba Rock for a long time, unfortunately sunk during the Poker Run and is now ashore on Prickly Pear, pending repairs.
(2014-05-26 10:29:32 NIKON D7100 with a "18.0-250.0 mm f/3.5-6.3" lens. [f/8.0, 1/160s] ISO 200)
Vintage racer ashore
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