Which is right before Melbourne.
We managed to get the dinghy and its motor all put away this morning. Tonight after three nights at anchor we're going to stay at a marina where I intend to put their shower facilities to good use! I can't remember the last time I washed my hair and that's not a good thing or a pretty sight! In the summer I don't need to use a hair dryer but if I tried the same thing in the winter my hair would never dry! I sincerely hope the day is not too far off where this is not a problem!
Wilbur love to do his own 'watches'. He jumps from port to starboard, lies down for a bit, and then start all over again.
He particularly likes to spot dolphins.
What he doesn't like is to be left all alone as seen from the evidence he left behind from the last time we crated him.
That black stuff are the remains of the bottom of his crate.
We are going out to dinner with a friend of Hans' who now lives in this area, and we plan to shut Wilbur in our berth sans crate and see how he fares.
I almost don't want to see what we come back to.