Saturday, June 16, 2018
When it rains it pours
An I don't mean Morton salt. In Thailand we get several days of sunshine followed by several days of thunderstorms and rain. We are currently in the rain cycle, and will be for several more days. The big drawback, since there are periods of just clouds so one can move around, is the necessity to go bail out the dinghy on a regular basis. I tried earlier only to be hit by the next shower.
Fair winds and following seas 😊
Roger J Jones s/v Reboot
at June 16, 2018
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