Spent much of the week since New Years--Happy New Years by the way--tidying up our weatherstripping and getting ready for the cold weather, which--after an astonishingly warm winter thus far--finally arrived last night with high winds and temperatures in the teens.
|Yeah, that's ice in the cat's bowl. He was unamused.|
Typical with winter's here, the strong NNW winds overnight blew a lot of the water out of the Middle River and down into the bay. That, coupled with the low tide this AM, means we're sitting on about a foot of water, and well below the dock. I suspect most of the other boats are nestled firmly in the mud at this point.
|Yeah, that's about four feet below normal.|
On the plus side, I did find the sunglasses I dropped in the water two months ago.
|Okay, so they need a little work.|
So for the next few cold days, we'll rely on our trusty kero heater to keep us comfortable, then the weather supposedly warms again for some time. Stay tuned.
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