In Rebecca’s absence, I spent most of yesterday morning sorting through our under-berth lockers with the intent of organizing our “stuff” and purging. Having now been cruising on the boat for six months, there is a list of things, albeit a short one, that we have deemed unnecessary and Georgetown is a perfect place to get rid of them.
Three things definitely making the cut:
- Rock climbing shoes – I haven’t climbed in years so it’s very unlikely that I’ll be ascending any walls in the near future.
- Two Laptop cases – Our laptops are now transported encased in two layers of dry bags.
- Boxing focus mitts – We actually have two pairs on board. We’ll be keeping the nice set that our friend Karl gave us because they offer a great means for a workout, but two pairs? A bit overkill.
While Rebecca is back home braving the cold, I was reviewing some of the pics we took only one year ago. This is the sailing that we were watching last February. Quite a bit different!
Also, I took advantage of my time alone to watch a very “chilly” documentary: Touching the Void.