|Brenda's pic in the Lydia Ann Channel|
|Brenda's pic in the Crab Man Channel|
Rima and Starfish graciously volunteered to take some photos for of Dos Libras under way for use in making new boat cards. I had no idea it would take this long to get some good pics of our new boat. I finally had to beg for help and contrive the shoot.
|K's pic with our Port A Home|
I will be eternally grateful as K and Brenda got some GREAT shots. Now which one to choose for the boat cards...? But that's another story.
|K got a fun pic with the Parasailer|
Bruce and I had a bit of trouble with shaking out a reef in the main, but once we got going, we found the tide solidly against us as we sailed up the Lydia Ann Channel slowly so that the other boats could get into position for some shots. The parasail boat gave us a bit of trouble but it turned out a fun pic. They really look MUCH closer to the top of the mast from our vantage point.
Redfish Willie's were there with the BYCers ready to secure our lines. They really are the nicest people.
Until dinner time rolled around. We made the short hop to the restaurant where they welcomed us with open arms. We kind of took over there too!
Most of our group were here for the first time. I wandered around while we ordered drinks and was glad to hear not a discouraging word about the place. It really is just such a refreshingly laid back, can-do kind of place. I really hope our Club can help make them a success.
I'm not really even sure why I am so adamant about wishing them well... maybe it's something in the Peach Mango treat they keep serving to me... YUM!
Feeding a crowd like ours, in addition to the other patrons enjoying this evening... was quite daunting. Understandably, the care taken to produce each meal individually, overloaded the the system and we were still finishing up well after dark when the mosquitos came out. The last stragglers hastily packed it in and we fled back to the docks where there didn't seem to be any mosquito problem. We ended our evening with birthday cake in K's honor then Bruce and I headed for our stateroom and a peaceful night's sleep listening to the bongo-like lapping of the tiny waves against our stern. Another successful BYC Cruise put to bed.