The Cutwater Seoul Survivor (with Dave and JoAnn) quickly overtakes us, and we Ranger Tugs adjust our speeds to group closer together.
As Dave 'leaves us in the dust,' he is heard to ask what is wrong with you Ranger Tugs!
Tradition alerts us to see the sea lions as we pass red buoy #6.
In Rich Passage we get a great view of the Olympic Mountains.
The ferries on Puget Sound are easy to see and watch out for; however in the Passage we see the Kaleetan up close and pass her on the one whistle.
Off to our starboard a boat is at idle, and when closer, we see it is Dave on Seoul Survivor taking a photo of us taking a photo of him.
The Cutwater makes an impressive get-away.
Kathy, Nita and JoAnn of the Ladies Sewing Circle are hard at work on the finishing touches of the logo towels for the Rendezvous Tote bags that attendees will receive at registration.
Fresh cut flowers adorn many of the boats, both outside and inside.
Scott, April, Herb, Bob, Kathy, Craig and Nita
Willie of Willie's Tug,
and of Walldog, Willie and Jake
Wednesday, September 5, 2012