Since we'd never been, we thought we'd check it out.
We left around 8:30, after Russ took a sticky run. While underway he finished making yogurt (a regular task these days) and I did some laundry. While behind the wheel we kept one eye on the water, still dodging the occasional log, and one eye in the sky. The clouds built all day. Thunderstorms were predicted for later, but with this heat and humidity you just don't know. We did get a smattering of rain but nothing else.
|Note the building in the water? An old|
train station from before they made the lake.
They told us the slip was 18 wide. I docked her stern in while Russ guided me as I backed in. He'd already taken the antennae and radar mount down, not knowing the height of the slip. We got this down to a science now.
|Every dawn makes me sing that Cat Stevens song:|
Morning has broken, like the first morning...
Every now and again we have these no drama victories. Feels good!