East African sailing trip – log 49

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October 11. 2004

Housekeeping and a load of laundry forces me to stay onboard. Wolf has an offer of a ride to the place where they fill propane gas-tank; he takes our empties and heads off with Pete and Rosie. They have to drop them off and can only collect them in 3 days… no cooking for 3 days – fortunately we have the DYC and slipway in close proximity.

They return with fresh baguettes and huge crispy crunch tasty ‘pig-ears’ (Palmiers) from the bakery. They are our favorites and these are the best we have tasted.

More chores need to be done so after our guests leave we get to them. Wolf fixes the spinnaker attaching a new swivel then transfers our remaining drums of diesel into the fuel tank and then the last of our drums of water into the water tanks.

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October 12, 2004

Wolf had plans to dive under ‘yacht Belegaire’ with Pete to inspect her hull and install an anti-fishing net cable.

They completed the dive and as Pete prepares to leave the heaven opens and the first real downpour floods our rain-catcher (which we installed in anticipation) and fills our water-tanks. We estimate that we are able to catch over 200liters in approximately 2 hours. Thank you Lord! This is so much easier than carrying drums. We move Karibu as the wind has swung us over coral bombies. We are in slightly deeper water and I feel a lot more at ease.

Later we head off to join Pete and Rosie on Belegaire for dinner and a laughter-filled evening. I know that the thought of these experiences is what attracted me to the cruising life. Rosie and Pete love Dar’ so much that they decided to stay a while. Rosie has a job teaching English at a local school.

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