18 MARCH, 2019 - M/V So...fea Deck Log - JADEBERGS
|"Green" water -Hawaii/Argentina/New Zealand ... like our river and off-shore ocean here in the Northwest, there are many color changes year-round, from almost grey to blue to green (all dependant on algae and sea life cycles.|
|A Dark Jadeberg|
Events? After the log booms were taken away, the tourist traffic began, great weather even restarted the crabber activity, but, still very quiet on the docks. a noticeable number of female ducks (of all types) have appeared, obviously now nesting.
We got the flag back up and relocated after being wrapped (pole and all) around the mast, and even got the night-light rigged for it; we have begun the green yuk removal and clean-up from winter algae, moss, and seagull excrement (an annual chore).
This summer, it is time to Diver clean the bottom, and get the hull-sides cleaned and polished . . . both of which happen every 3 years or so (between the 6-7 year dry dockings), the aft Bimini project is baaack! . . . I have been able to put it off the past two years, but, am now fresh out of excuses.
I am back into revisiting the radio show as well . . . gave it up after one wind-noise show last year, but it has been haunting me in my dreams at night ever since, the redesigned format and second attempt should surface sometime in late April . . . the new website is partially up but still "in-progress" over at www.PortholeRadio.com , once again, it will all emanate from right here aboard So...fea and be listed on almost every RSS on the planet, and "on demand"... not scheduled.
Next mid-month (April) is our 2nd-anniversary celebration of arriving in Port of Siuslaw! A lot of changes here in the past two years (all for the better).