The beach was alive with the sound of music today; in the far corner someone had set up a loudspeaker system that probably needed an industrial power supply as it was pretty loud. The music was modern Caribbean Soca, but the kind of angry, repetitive music that I abhor and even with my stereo going quite loudly I couldn't hear my own stereo if I strayed too far from the speakers! I started the big task of cataloging my electronics components this morning and for a number of the chips that I'd bought I'll need to find an internet connection so that I can identify what they do. My next task is putting together the solar panel measuring system so that I can see what the panels are producing during the course of the day.
I did remove the yellow Post-It note marked “Fix bow roller assembly” today after doing exactly that.
A couple of rounds of the anchorage on the paddle board and a short walk ashore rounded off the day.

Bow rollers - old and new The old bow roller had taken quite a bit of punishment and was long past due for replacement
(2016-04-10 13:19:11 NIKON D7100 [f/5.6, 1/400s] ISO 100)
Bow rollers - old and new
Sorting out components I had a lot of small electronics components in the boxes shipped from Europe and had a tough time sorting everything out
(2016-04-10 08:56:37 NIKON D7100 [f/4.5, 1/80s] ISO 100)
Sorting out components
Friar's Bay Green Flash This was not only a green flash, but I caught it when it turned from green to blue
(2016-04-10 18:23:16 NIKON D7100 [f/6.3, 1/250s] ISO 100)
Friar's Bay Green Flash
Friar's Bay sunset The unobstructed view from Friar's Bay in St. Martin makes for some excellent sunset photos
(2016-04-10 18:22:50 NIKON D7100 [f/6.3, 1/320s] ISO 100)
Friar's Bay sunset
Friar's Bay sunset The unobstructed view from Friar's Bay in St. Martin makes for some excellent sunset photos
(2016-04-10 18:20:34 NIKON D7100 [f/3.5, 1/200s] ISO 100)
Friar's Bay sunset
     
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