By Mike Jastrzebski
Unfortunately wifi is not available at the anchorage that we’re staying at on the Middle River so my last couple of blogs have been written on my iPad. Today I decided to include some pictures of life at the anchorage, including the aguacar we saw last week. In order to do that Mary and I had to haul our computers to shore by dinghy then walk to the Starbucks on Sunrise.
As you can see from the picture, there are boats of all sizes docked along the river, and Sunday morning I counted seven boats anchored out around us. Since in this area of the river water skiing is allowed, we also get a lot of traffic on the weekends causing us to rock and roll at anchor. Then there’s the jet packers. That’s right, a commercial water jetpack company has been visiting the area and we’ve been treated to a little show for an hour or so a day since Valantine’s day. Here’s a picture.
On the writer’s front, I’ve started work on Stranded Naked Blues, the new Wes Darling book. It took me a few days to learn the basics of working with the Shrivner software. I know Christine swears by the software and until recently it was only available for Apple users.
As soon as it was available for Windows I downloaded it and I have to say I’m impressed. I’ll report more on how Shrivner works after I’ve worked on it for a couple of months.Share on Facebook