Saturday, May 24, 2014

It's beginning to be a village! -- 5/23/2014

Our neighbors across the dock, Lynn and Neal of Navigator, a 48 ft. Kadey Krogen, have been provisioning for days for a long trip.  I can't resist taking the photo of the cases of cat food-- OK, they do need a lot because they have two large Maine Coon cats -- "No" Lynn says; "there are three --  a five year old and two two-year olds."  I ask if they are going to Alaska, and they reply, "We don't know.  We will go to Shilshole Marina and turn right!"  That would point them north.

How much cat food could a cat eat?
Jake and the felines have not taken the time to bond yet, but they enjoy looking at each other from safe distances.  Shown here in the window is Tango, a male.  Hiding inside are Sierra, female, and Winslow, another male.

Do you see what I see?

It's Tango, looking at me!

Would you like to come out and play?

We hear from Bob and Nita that they are bringing Nellie Too to Fishermen's Terminal and will come by for a visit.  We can see the exit to the Locks from our dock, so we watch for them to come out.

Find Nellie Too.

They come bearing gifts -- snacks, wine and flowers.  It can't get any better!

Ah, Malbec!

We are delighted to have late afternoon visitors, Marcus and Jorge of Hayden Bay, and Lyman of Zuma.  

Old Home Week

Willie of Willie's Tug,
   and Walldog, Willie and Jake
   Friday, May 23, 2014 

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