This is how it works when you need something and you do not have transportation. Three mile round trip to get wood to build mast cradles. Some days I miss my truck.
No that is not me! They asked me if I wanted to go up to disconnect the wind instruments. I told them maybe next time.
That is me under the mast guiding it to the cradle. I may have been safer in the air.
Serenity is now a motorboat. Look at all that stuff everywhere. We had to keep the sides clear so we can move freely in the locks.
On the way to the canal. Is this a great house or what? I have a friend, Fishin Rick who would love this house.
Build mast cradles, take down rigging, unstep masts, pump your own fuel, all part of the day lately. I am loving it!
Houseboats everywhere I go. This boat is parked right across from us in Tonawanda. I believe it is a Stardust Cruiser.
This is where we are today!
I am not sure why but these things fascinate me. This is the picture of the bridge we are docked by. This picture was taken in 1918. We are docked about where the barge is in the picture.
Here is the bridge today...taken from Serenity. The same great big chunk of concrete counterbalance. ..how cool is that? Beauty in simplicity!
Sunset over Tonawanda. Shirl and I are going to bed and get up tomorrow to another adventure. Life is good.